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Broken: Incredible Artworks by Graziano Locatelli

Published Apr 26, 2016

Italian artist Graziano Locatelli creates impressive mixed media artworks using a number of materials including tiles, metal plates, cement and glue.

The artist explains his inspiration – “During my chaotic childhood, I developed an intense and uncanny fascination towards broken objects. Damaged cars and isolated towns in ruins, that were common nearby the mountains from which I came from, were my favourites. The attraction to all that is transformed into something else but means of a break became the main theme and the vision underlying my work.”

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