Today I bring the spotlight towards Paolo Puggioni.
We will be looking today at the different works from Paolo, saying what pops from it, the words, the stories.
“Grumpy General” piece that distinguishes a Paolo Puggioni artwork.
Notice the banners, the army sigil.
Drink in said grumpiness from the general.
Take a gander on the armor.
There is an entire world here vividly showcased with characters, nations, and a war to be fought.
To bring said world home, why not support Paolo’s art and get yourself a print?
“Hunting Dragon” is all about spectacle.
Notice the colors, the shades of yellow and green.
The dragon is part of the environment. Maybe it lives there?
Notice the birds barely there in the piece, flying from the said hunter.
Goats form a “U” shape, a circle to contrast from the sharp nature of the creature.
Grab the print by clicking on the image.
“12 Hanged Man” is about the bizarre and the organic.
Red, the color of flesh drips into the picture. Notice how they look like branches.
The human-like form is composed of energy and wraps, still organic but not in a natural way.
There is this energy, this spirit of weirdness and mystery surrounding it.
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For even more artwork from Paolo, check out our gallery dedicated to his work here.