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Loris Cecchini's Organic Art Pieces are Inspired by Minerals

 - Jan 24, 2015
References: loriscecchini & sweet-station
Loris Cecchini blends organic minerals with architectural forms in this series of crystal drawings. Based in Berlin, the Italian artist manages to mix organic and rigid motifs together in a surprising way.

Loris has exhibited his art in a number of prestigious institutions around the globe including New York's MoMA gallery and the Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne Métropole in Paris.

Blending photography, illustration and digital rendering techniques, the multi-disciplinary artist shows off his diverse and distinctive aesthetic. Loris creates modern masterpieces that are inspired by archeological studies and architectural drawings. His blended compositions are contemporary, visually striking and are a fresh translation of abstract art. Though abstract at first glance, these canvases reveal hidden details that resemble built structures or machinery parts.