Dark photo manipulations by Federico Bebber

I confess I’m always happy to talk you about Italian artists, Italy has a lot of problems but when talking about art I guess I can say, without fear, that I live in a country full of talented individuals. Today I’m even more excited because I’m presenting you a digital artist living and working in Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Italian region where I live too.

His name is Federico Bebber and his digital artworks are obscure and someway sensual, a must see for you lovers of the finest dark art.

Federico’s inspiration comes from b-movies, horror movies, H.R. Giger and Dave McKean but he’s also inspired by dramatic and difficult moments he had in his life. He uses his art as a way to exorcise his demons and well … he’s doing a great job.
Her pictures are mainly female faces ; faces emerging from smoke clouds, distorted, mutilated, with tissue scars and skin ripped to shreds.

What amazes me the most about Federico’s works is the artistry he has to let emerge some sort of beauty and sensuality despite all those creepy details. For his projects he uses mainly stock photos but he also often collaborates with Diana Dihaze resulting in amazing masterpieces.

One of the works of Federico was used on the cover of Lashtal Lace, the latest album by Coph Nia, a one-man music project that used to be on Cold Meat Industry cult industrial /ambient label. Yes, the same label that, some years ago released two albums of my band “all my faith lost …”.

Now take you time to check some works of Federico here and then head to his Behance portfolio for more. I don’t ask it often but, please, if you like this post, take a second to share it on your social channels.

 

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Federico Bebber, digital art, photomanipulation, digital, dark, obscure, horror

 

Federico Bebber, digital art, photomanipulation, digital, dark, obscure, horror

 

Federico Bebber, digital art, photomanipulation, digital, dark, obscure, horror

 

Federico Bebber, digital art, photomanipulation, digital, dark, obscure, horror

 

 

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