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!)