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fabio dal molinFABIO DAL MOLIN

The science of design

Observer of misunderstood worlds, visionary wayfarer and silent preacher who passes through the grotesque architecture of the unknown in search of formal harmony.

For Fabio Dal Molin the design is a science that with the precision of the drawing explores all forms, through a fine illustration-painting artwork animate fairy tale figures.

As a shy and introverted but an attentive observer of the ever-changing world he focuses his expertise in the development of the design of virtual three-dimensional images.

From the places of enchantment come true characters of distant memories, musicians, crazy, goblins and outcasts.

The 3D technique involves and realized the whole art of this illustrator that cooperates with the virtual design and three-dimensional modeling.

The digital representation offers the possibility to reproduce helmets, motorcycle tanks and parts with the method of prototyping.

The prototype that you get used to test the visual impact of the custom product and make subsequent assessments in order to identify the most appropriate methodology and techniques to be developed.

Studies

Milano, Accademia Belle Arti

Research and reference works

Vienna, 1991/92: Meeting/study at Prof. Ernst Fuchs atelier.

Bologna 1992: Children's Book Fair, illustrations.

Mount Athos 1996: Teofane, Panselinos, icon's technic XIV / XV century.

Firenze 1996: Modern painters of reality (Pietro Annigoni).

Milano 1997: Giorgio Upiglio Atelier, techniques of engraving and printing.

San Pietroburgo 1998: International Conference of the Ex Libris, exhibition.

Firenze 1998: Exhibition at "Biennale of Sacred Art", S.Salvatore Abbey, Settimo.

Stresa 1999: - Image for the celebration of Priestly Jubilees and Religious Life (Antonio Rosmini).

Oropa 2000: - Painting project for the "Cerruti Chapel", Sanctuary of Oropa.

Biella 2001: - Together with the architect Rodolfo De Bernardi founded the Studio Dan Art Project.

Dal 1992 Paintings series: "In principle, Images of the First Day"

Polytechnic of Milan, Faculty of Design, assistant professor in the teachings of Tools and Techniques of Visual Communication.

Official Web Site



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