Lampoon, Vittorio Franzolini
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Once designed as a green district, now is a space where nature proliferated due to neglect

In Franzolini’s work, there is an opportunity to reflect on the impact of humans and the benefits of their absence. A landscape that appears unseemly to us is an opportunity for nature to regain its vigor

Vittorio Franzolini for Lampoon online

Images from Udine district, Italy

 
The neighborhood was designed as a community surrounded by a green area. In recent years it has proliferated due to neglect. In an area that is in a process of degradation, the presence of nature – even as a simple flower pot – is evidence of an attempt at a higher quality of life.

Vittorio Franzolini

Vittorio Franzolini was born in Udine in 2000. Inspired by the artistic inclination of his father Enrico, he became passionate about photography and art at a very young age. Through photography he documents landscapes and characters encountered in everyday life, capturing and highlighting their simplicity and sensibility through a style that tends towards documentary and fashion photography.

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