The art of painting makes use of traditional tools such as pencils, brushes, colors, paper or canvas.


Electronic tools have now become part of our daily life.


The new digital tools have increased the expressive possibilities.
It is not, however, the technique alone which will ever make an artist.
A generous heart and an active brain will always be necessary behind any tool, pencil, brush or computer.


By "digitograph" I mean a composition of forms and colors obtained by means of electronic elaboration.


Sometimes, a traditionally painted surface becomes the starting point of a process which ends up with a variety of different patterns.


The new digital techniques have brought radical changes in our habits.


Nevertheless, the substance of things remains unchanged.

Rosso, Verde e Dintorni 1991 - 2007

"Rosso, Verde e Dintorni" - Roma 1991 / Re-worked in 2007 - Digitograph on Paper - cm 91 x 62 -
Edition 25 - Private Collections Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Canada

AiKiDo, Berlin, 1989

"AiKiDo" (Dynamic Equivalence of Opposites 1) - Berlin 1989 / Digitally Re-worked in 2007 -
Digitograph on Hahnemühle Photorag 308 Paper - cm 66 x 120 - Edition 12 - Private Collections Italy, Germany, Spain.

Digitografia N. 7-2009

Digitograph N. 7 - 2009 - Berlin 2009 - Digital Print on Canvas or Paper - cm 40 x 60

Digitografia N. 10-2009

Digitograph N. 10 - 2009 - Roma 2009 - Digital Print on Canvas or Paper - cm 40 x 60

Composizione D10/2011

"Composizione D10" - Roma 2011 / Elaborated Digital Photo - cm 36 x 52 - Edition 25 - Private Collections Germany, Italy

Autoritratto, New York City, 1983

"Selfportrait" - New York City 1983 / Digitally Re-worked in 2008 - Digitograph on Canvas - cm 100 x 100 -
Edition 50 - Private Collections Germany, Italy, USA, Israel

Digitografia 2, Berlin/Aprilia, 2002/2008

"Arturo's Birthday" - Berlin 2002 / Aprilia 2008 - Digital print on Canvas or Paper - cm 100 x 120
Edition 50 - Private Collections Italy, Germany

Digitografia 3, Berlin / Aprilia, 2002 / 2009

Dynamic Equivalence of Opposites 2 - Berlin 2002 / Digitally Re-worked in 2009 -
Digital Print on Paper or Canvas - cm 50 x 144

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