MatericLook: MossyCorridor - urbex wallpaper art 3d graphics by Francesco Perratone

A new urbex image, this comes from an abandoned asylum in Tuscany…

One of the main corridors on the asylum ground floor, inside one of the more damaged buildings. The roof partially collapsed.

You can see the first floor is damaged too, just at the end of the corridor it fell through. This gives a nice place for the light (and rain) to enter the building.

From there on, the place began to seem a bit more creepy than outside, you’ll see it in some of the other images! 😉


About the image itself:

I like the depth and transition from darkness to light, through strange shapes and formless shadows here and there…  Also this one is a multiple exposure with HDR elements, with the addition of a little bit of digital painting (just a few pixels, to correct some excessive noise), and a few other operations to get some nice subjects from the different shots.

The doors and the light coming from outside give some nice touch of shape and color. It’s more evident on the lateral doors themselves and on the front wall, around the double door frame. However the best part (in my opinion) is the mossy green wood! It plays with the vegetation green at the very end, behind the bars, and with the green light reflected on the right, bottom door.

The flaking paint on the walls is also giving a nice warm tone to the entire image. The floor, covered in rubble, gives more depth and details. It accompanies the eyes toward the double front door.


I will create some urbex wallpaper versions of this one for my patrons, to be used on various screens and resolutions.

As (almost) all my works, this is available as a print on large canvas (limited to 10) or cotton paper (signed). If interested you can take a look at the shop. If it’s not available yet, you can contact me directly.

Here are some free works for download as wallpapers, as well as some animations to watch.

If you like this or other of my works, please consider supporting me on Patreon with 1$/month, or donate something through Paypal:

Thank you!

Digital Art, Photography, urbex

MatericLook: MossyCorridor – Italy Urbex & Art

MatericLook: IcyPrison wallpaper by Francesco Perratone, Austria Photography and art


Here you can see a wallpaper to contrast August’s warmth and high temperatures…. A January shot from the Austrian countryside…

The work portrays a field and the surrounding woods, observed through a metal fence, covered in icy crystals.
Or a cold freedom, seen through colder metal bars… Your choice!

The image has plenty of space to put icons and stuff on your devices desktops, the bars also work as separators, for organizing everything!

My $3 patrons and up can access a link to download the work in different resolutions and aspect ratios.  Here’s my Patreon campaign, if you’re interested in supporting me, or if you want to receive some works each month.

Digital Art, Photography, wallpaper

August wallpapers for my patrons!



As promised, here’s July wallpaper too!
This time I played a bit with multiple layers, compositing operations and HDR, to get to a look that should be something inbetween a photo and an illustration… I think the pink (almost) full color areas on the ceiling are definitely giving that kind of impression.
The shot comes from the abandoned italian asylum too… Here you can see why the warning sign outside! 😉
Why SpiderNest? Because all those “smooth” areas around the collapsed ceiling edge are huge spiderwebs, of course!
It will look great as a wallpaper, full of black areas where to place icons and stuff! That’s for my patrons, you can become one too
Digital Art, Photography, Uncategorized, urbex, wallpaper

Urbex Art & Photography – SpiderNest – July Wallpaper for my patrons!



MatericLook: HandyEyes wallpaper by Francesco Perratone, Italy Urbex Photography and art

Hello, I’m currently working on some Urbex shots, but focusing on some Street Art & Graffiti materials… this one comes from the walls of an abandoned asylum in Italy.

The place is (or was?) full of beautiful art, inside and outside, on different buildings scattered around. The asylum had a nice park around it, now it’s more like a forest, slowly eating away the structures.

In case you’re wondering what’s the sign on the top right, it means more or less “Do not entry, dangerous construction”.

The shot has enough uniform colored areas (the brickwork) to be a useful wallpaper. In different resolutions and aspect ratios, it’s June wallpaper for my eligible patrons (on Patreon).

One more thing: I really like this piece, the light coming from above and the green tones of the ivy spreading to the colums. It’s possible I will do a more elaborated version for printing in the future (let me know if you would like to have it as a physical print too!)

PS if you’re the author of the depicted work, just let me know. I’ll be happy to put up a link/credits/have a chat!

Digital Art, Photography, street art, urbex, wallpaper

Urbex Art and Photography – HandyEyes – June Wallpaper for my patrons (late!)


MatericLook: MadonnaDellaNeve 00 by Francesco Perratone, Italian Alps Photography and art MatericLook: Ruby Sunset 00 by Francesco Perratone, Canada Photography and art


Ruby Lake, Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada

Hello! As some of my followers asked, here there are some sunset lights!

The place is Ruby lake, in the so-called Sunshine Coast, British Columbia (a few hours and a ferry from Vancouver). The area is beautiful, lot of lakes, forests and sea, great for hiking and camping, with all the Canadian fauna “benefits”…  turkey vultures, eagles, ospreys, bears, cougars and so on…

I was fortunate enough to stay there for a “long weekend”, while visiting my brother now living in Vancouver. We had a great time camping, exploring and barbecuing. And we got great weather…

I’ll choose and work on some more pictures of our trip, sea and ferry, forests and hikes and beautiful lakes… we also visited part of BC’s backcountry, up to historical Barkerville, some very nice views there too! Let me know what you’d like to see first!


Digital Art, Photography

Ruby Sunset 00 – Canada Photography and Art


An image from the Italian Alps. Shots used for the work were taken during a short hike to a mountain cabin near home, in north-eastern Italy: rifugio Madonna della Neve (“Our Lady of the Snow”). There’s a small chapel nearby dedicated to her.

You can have a look at the beautiful view from near the rifugio here …this time I wasn’t the one that took the 360 image 😉

At the sunset…

…we’re near the end of the hike, a few minutes from the cabin. The sun is casting some interesting rays from behind the mountains:

MatericLook: MadonnaDellaNeve 00 by Francesco Perratone, Italian Alps Photography and art


Without the large watermark and in different (higher) resolutions, it’s also April 2017 wallpaper, for my Patreon supporters.


You can receive wallpapers or prints each month, by becoming a patron! You can also help me creating more works by buying one: MatericLook shop, or with a small donation:  .

Thank you!

Digital Art, Photography, wallpaper

Italian Alps art & photography: Madonna della Neve

MatericLook: Sibenik 00 by Francesco Perratone, Croatia Photography and art
A bit late, but here’s March wallpaper!

……Croatia, Sibenik

A very nice historical city, with narrow alleys and steep stone stairs, lovely for taking a walk in a warm summer evening!
The city itself has a turbulent but interesting past, it has been controlled by Byzantium, Hungary, Venice, then the Habsburgs and Austria, more recently Dalmatia, Italy, then became part of Yugoslavia and finally Croatia.
The ancient settlement became a city at least from 1066 AD, when a document from the most important Croatian ruler, Kresimir (Petar Kresimir IV) refers to it.
A note on the shot itself: the horizon line is difficult to spot, (you can guess it from the mountains far back on the right).
The coastlines from the city and the opposite shore are converging, so the overall impression is somewhat “unstable”.
However the mind clings to a vertical line, shaped by the reflection of the city in the sea water, the fortress up the hill and the cloud above….
I personally like it, but probably not everyone will!
The eligible patrons already got their download link 😉
As always here there are the available resolutions:
-For quad-HD monitors and the like: WQHD – aspect ratio 16:9 – resolution 2560×1440
-Full HD: FHD – aspect ratio 16:9 – resolution 1920×1080
-For 16:10 screens: WUXGA – aspect ratio 16:10 – resolution 1920×1200
-For tablets and 2-in-1: I see it’s now called FullHD+ on Wikipedia, so FHDp – aspect ratio 3:2 – resolution 2160×1440
-For “Traditional” 4:3: UXGA – aspect ratio 4:3 – resolution 1600×1200
-For 5:4 monitors: SXGA – aspect ratio 5:4 – resolution 1280×1024
If you want other resolutions or aspect ratios, just ask away!
If you would like to receive wallpapers or prints each month, or just support me with 1$, take a look at my Patreon!
Digital Art, Photography, wallpaper

Sibenik 00: patron’s wallpaper for March!