Francesco Romoli and his vision of the future
Getting his inspiration from science fiction and fantasy, Italian artist Francesco Romoli (b. 1977, Pisa) creates interesting stories and imagery, as a result of his unique mix between photography and digital graphics.
In his artworks, he discards the old and imagines the new as a world of human-robot hybrids, of desolate landscapes and ruined buildings, lost in spaces beyond reality, sometimes filled with emptiness, human absence and non-existence.
Combining the real and unreal and opposing the present to a fabricated, yet perhaps inevitable future, the artist brings to light potential reflections of what was and will be.
You can (not) advance / Part of the Artificial Intelligence series
Cogito ergo sum(?) / Part of the Artificial Intelligence series
Love of my life / Part of the Artificial Intelligence series
Postcards from the future series
Imaginary towns series
Waters / Part of the Void I-V series
Towers / Part of the Void I-V series
Ghosts / Part of the Void I-V series
All images © Francesco Romoli