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 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.