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.
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