Luigi Veronesi provides a lesson in visual experimentation

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“[I] register transparency, thickness, shadows, lights and reflections in a diverse range of fascinating variations and opportunities of expression.” — Luigi Veronesi (1908-1998)

Milan-born set designer, painter and director, photographer Luigi Veronesi used visual objects to produce graphic form worthy of Photoshop-envy.

Lesson to designers: step away from the lap-top. I repeat: step away from the lap-top.

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