terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors
 

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

the italian-based creative consultancy and image-production studio, terzo piano, has created the ‘abstractionism’ project in collaboration with elisabetta bongiorni. the series uses a visual language made up of geometric shapes, chromatic areas and abstract lines, resulting in a colorful and eye-catching display.

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

all images © terzo piano

 

 

the terzo piano studio works to create design images through modelling and photorealistic 3D rendering to build visual experiences with a certain atmosphere. the ‘abstractionism’ project aims to reproduce an illusion of visible reality by utilizing tricks of perspective, optical illusions, and color. the images themselves are made up of a layered composition, such as a painting. objects are summarized in lines and chromatisms, even if they start from real shapes until they became abstract colored shapes. each image of the series makes use of a palette of complementary colors and tones to form the appealing aesthetic.

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

 

 

project info:

 

project name: ‘abstractionism’

image production: terzo piano

concept, set design and styling: elisabetta bongiorni

year: 2019

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

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