MatericLook: GasTanks by Francesco Perratone

 

Heavily corroded gas tanks, Scotland

31.6×21 inches, 80.3×51.4 cm

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GasTanks

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TheWorkshop0, MatericLook, Materic, Francesco Perratone

TheWorkshop0

“The place is huge and the original workshop is composed of various buildings, is still possible to recognize which processes took place on some of them, thanks to some elements built into the architecture.

The machinery was probably sold something like 20-25 years ago, while the building was abandoned more recently, probably 5 years later. The structures are in a decent state and is very easy to imagine all the people working here still moving around, between workbenches and safety signs…..”

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TheWorkshop0

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MatericLook: The Kitchen 00 by Francesco Perratone, Art, Urbex, Photography WIP

After some work here and there and looking through all the exposures I isolated a number of interesting parts, then I brought out all of those areas from the most interesting picture.

I mostly concentrate in lights, patterns and reflections…. some are pretty obvious, like the splatters on the left wall tiles, other a bit less expected and beautiful, like the light cut from the window. The two patterns from shadows and dirt on ceiling and floor are nice, also created by the right window’s light.

I will accentuate those during the painting process, with brush strokes direction and shape.

The position of furniture and tables is also casting some shadows, improving the overall shape of the highlights on the floor, that’s good for isolating different colors and creating contrast…

Next step: the painting process…

 

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The Kitchen 00 – Work in Progress

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MatericLook: Abandoned Doll 00 by Francesco Perratone

In the woods, near an abandoned orphanage, this old doll lies… left behind in the grass, staring at trespassers.

Digital Art, urbex

Abandoned Doll 00

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MatericLook: ToFridgeAlone by francesco Perratone

ToFridgeAlone

“The workers left it here when the places closed, it quenched their thirst,

while the football player’s stickers reminded them of playful moments”

 

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.

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ToFridgeAlone

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Remains02

Remains02

“One of the storage areas is detached from the main building, there’s no roof and piles of empty crates are left rotting.

Moss and brambles crept in from the windows and gates, starting to cover everything, entangling the past”

 

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!

 

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Remains02

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MatericLook: CrippledArmoire by Francesco Perratone

CrippledArmoire

“complete darkness, the room if filled with all sort of things: broken furnitures, documents, insulation materials, sheet glasses.

Two strange subjects get my attention: a wooden door, almost 1 meter higher than floor level…

and an heavily damaged armoire, with one leg less,

for some strange reason someone put a foam roll in its place, keeping it leveled.

….Were they taking a picture too?

 

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

CrippledArmoire

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