terzo piano’s ‘abstractionism’ creates a visual language of shapes and colors

the italian-based creative consultancy and image-production studio, terzo piano, has created the ‘abstractionism’ project in collaboration with elisabetta bongiorni. the series uses a visual language made up of geometric shapes, chromatic areas and abstract lines, resulting in a colorful and eye-catching display.

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

all images © terzo piano

the terzo piano studio works to create design images through modelling and photorealistic 3D rendering to build visual experiences with a certain atmosphere. the ‘abstractionism’ project aims to reproduce an illusion of visible reality by utilizing tricks of perspective, optical illusions, and color. the images themselves are made up of a layered composition, such as a painting. objects are summarized in lines and chromatisms, even if they start from real shapes until they became abstract colored shapes. each image of the series makes use of a palette of complementary colors and tones to form the appealing aesthetic.

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

terzo piano's 'abstractionism' creates a visual language of shapes and colors

project info:

project name: ‘abstractionism’

image production: terzo piano

concept, set design and styling: elisabetta bongiorni

year: 2019

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edited by: lynne myers | designboom