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Alessandro Malossi, an artist, provokes a new perspective on digital art.

Do you see your everyday life differently? Irregular shapes in everyday things? 

Creative thinking is a gift. Some people are creative; some people wish they are imaginative as others. Whichever side you pick on this subject, there is a digital artist you need to look into. “Alessandro Malossi” isn’t just another artist in the world. He is born with a gift. 

We will find out what it is shortly, but first, let us introduce you to this young, amazing artist.

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What you think vs what you do

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Truth of Me

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Watch out! Your words can be sharks

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Sound of the Sea

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It is your body and your choice.

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You and Me

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Smoking Kills!

Alessandro Malossi sees the world with a creative eye. For our luck, he does not keep his unique thoughts about the modern world to himself. He is gifted to share those fantastic ideas with everyone by turning them into digital artwork. These digital creations are called impressive, thought-provoking photo manipulations. As you can see, they reflect everyday life moments.

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Inside, we are all the same

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Did you have breakfast?

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Music therapy pills

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What is your count?

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Your apps are pulling you.

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Pills for the mood!

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Modern Love

Alessandro Malossi was born in 1993 in Italy, Bologna. He currently develops his creative works in Milan, the city of opportunities. This 360° artist describes his style as Improvvisated, cool and ricercated. After seeing all these amazing artworks, you might have a question. Where did he learn to do all this? His artistic journey roots back to the New Academy of Fine Arts, where he graduated. He figured out his potential by contributing to many things before he started his digital art journey. He worked with illustrations, as a tattoo artist, and even expressed fashion art.

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The first artwork of my second series, “MUS3UM”

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“TH3 SCR34M”, from my new series MUS3UM

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How attached are we to work?

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Artwork “BUTTERFLIES” series

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Real Life and Instagram

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Wired Inside

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Do you recognize your meal?

His creations led to partnerships with renowned companies like Calvin Klein, Nike Trussardi, Hogan, and more. He explored pictorial and digital art thanks to the Academy and his collaborations with organizations and entertainers; his work is entirely in keeping with today’s social and digital generation. His continuous efforts of thinking out of the box from a whole new level cleared the path for his first turning point in life. Before we get into that, let’s see what your zodiac sign says. The HOROSCOPE collaborated with Plastik, another thought-provoking photo manipulation by Alessandro Malossi.

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If your zodiac sign is Scorpio, this is for you!

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If your zodiac sign is Pisces, this is for you!

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If your zodiac sign is Taurus, this is for you!

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If your zodiac sign is Gemini, this is for you!

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If your zodiac sign is Sagittarius, this is for you!

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If your zodiac sign is Capricorn, this is for you

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If your zodiac sign is Aquarius, this is for you

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If your zodiac sign is Leo, this is for you

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If your zodiac sign is Aries, this is for you

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If your zodiac sign is cancer, this is for you

The turning point occurred in 2019, when he displayed his debut digital series, “NOAH,” in Madrid. Malossi reimagines Noah’s ark in “NOAH,” a collection of 15 pieces in a provocative and contemporary manner.

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A Mammal reimagined in Noah’s ark in “NOAH”

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A Tiger reimagined in Noah’s ark in “NOAH”

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A Giraffe reimagined in Noah’s ark in “NOAH”

He imagines that in NOAH’s story. People would give material objects greater priority than people or animals because the modern world is defined by materialism and the overconsumption of luxury. As a result, in Alessandro’s vision, 15 animals come to life, each with an accessory from a different brand.

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An Octopus reimagined in Noah’s ark in “NOAH”

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A Rhinoceros reimagined in Noah’s ark in “NOAH”

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