Above: A Due Colori (left) & Black Trap in Munich (right), both prints, 41.5 x 83″
Alberto Seveso was born in Milan, grew up in Sardinia, but is currently living and working in Bristol (UK) as a freelancer. His art process involves combining metallic powders, inks, and varnishes, and pouring this mixture into a vessel of water to create an explosion of color. Seveso uses high-speed photography to capture the beautiful aftermath, each photograph different from the next. A Due Colori and Black Trap in Munich are enlarged prints that focus on movement – a focus that inspired their placement in the elevators at The Current Iowa.
For more of Seveso’s work, please visit his website at the link below!
Fun Fact: Seveso has worked on high profile brands like Adobe, Nikon, Sony, National Geographic, Playboy Magazine, GQ Magazine, ESPN Magazine, Ford, Burton Snowboards, Disney, Men’s Health, Bacardi and many more!