The art of Federico Massimiliano Mozzano

by Violet Blue on April 15, 2014

Take a few minutes to immerse your imagination in the works by Italian artist Federico Massimiliano Mozzano. The strangely moody ones you see here are from his “Embryo” series. Translated, he explains the Embryo series is: “… a metaphor, my reflection on human nature, bodies grown physically, but not yet completely independent, so there is who decides to rebel trying to rise to the surface, those who surrender dropping to the bottom, there are the undecided waiting to be convinced and those who remain comfortably still waiting for all steps.”

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