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Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli casts elaborate shadows, using precise calculations to maximize the extension of light. See more images of Corneli’s shadow art below! Fabrizio Corneli’s Website Via My Modern Met

Breathtaking Light and Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Breathtaking Light and Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli creates stunning shadow and light art, using geometric structures…

Amazing Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Amazing Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli creates stunning shadow and light art, using geometric structures…

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Works - Fabrizio Corneli

Works - Fabrizio Corneli

A reference for the visibility on ground. The smog and sandstorm density is changing all the time. This pic's visibility shows when the smog isn't so bad in Ruin Town.

Virtual sunlight: China starts televising the sunrise on giant TV screens because Beijing is so clouded in smog.

Nobuhiro Shimura

Canon’s exhibition Neoreal, on at Superstudio Più in Zona Tortona all this week, is one of the highlights of Milan Design Week so far. The installation aims to showcase the potential of the brand’s digital imaging products by mimicking a living forest.

The shadow art of Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli is the result of carefully calculated projections of light. Using mathematics to produce each visually compelling and mind-boggling piece of work, Corneli gives life to his seemingly simple, geometric wall extensions with light. He poignantly says, "Light is energy which creates forms.” When the lights are turned off, the Florence-based artist's work seems like a collection of abstract sculptural figures. They're nothing to necessarily fawn…

Incredible Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli creates stunning shadow and light art, using geometric structures…

Fabrizio Corneli, Volanti, 1995

Fabrizio Corneli, Volanti, 1995

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Matthieu Lehanneur decided to do an impossible thing: to show a plume of smoke in glass. The glass orb is called S. and it shows ethereal and ephem

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