Camilla d’Errico’s solo art show titled 'Il Codice d’Errico' at the Mondo Bizzarro Gallery in Rome, Italy combined the two of d’Errico’s most loved passions: Manga Helmetgirls and her own Italian background. Using her trademark style of fine lines with acrylic and oil, these paintings trick the viewer into believing they were drawn.
The speciality of the Il Codice d’Errico paintings is that they all pay tribute to the brilliant mechanical projects of Leonadro Da Vinci. They are the representations of the history of our technology today.
Il Codice d'Errico Show Portrays Innovative Technological History
1. Steampunk Manga - The combination of steampunk and manga art styles can create an entirely new genre in entertainment and publishing.
2. Historical Technology Art - The use of traditional fine art techniques to depict historical technology can appeal to both art and history audiences.
3. Trick of the Eye Art - Art that appears to be hand-drawn but is created with a mix of traditional and digital art techniques has the potential to become a trendy new style.
1. Entertainment - The fusion of different cultures and artistic styles can inspire new ideas for films, games, and other forms of entertainment.
2. Publishing - Steampunk manga and historical technology art can become popular genres in the book industry, especially in the young adult market.
3. Education - Incorporating steampunk elements in teaching materials about historical technology can make the subject more engaging for students and educators alike.