“Don’t Be Distracted”: Italian Artist Creates Digital Art About Social Issues
micc is an Italian contemporary artist who loves to harmfully provoke others with the intent to originally trigger thoughts in those who observe the works. The working method is enriched and influenced by an Art Director background in the field of Advertising. The latest works are characterized by the use of the 3D tecnique, self-learned by the artist.
The artistic path started from the streets of Rome with the installation of Poster, works on old frame and Urban Installation, avoiding spray-cans technique. After few months, micc was asked to exhibit his works in a city nearby Rome with discrete success, leading him to the decision of opening the account on Instagram, that you can find today.
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For A Week I Saved Every Advertisement That Appeared On The Sites I Visited, Right Click And Save Image
“This is what my mind generated in order to fill a hole created by a family member that is no longer there today. The need not to think too much about it was satisfied by the desire to denounce social issues and situations that are close to my heart. Hope you like it and understand what I need to say.”
Toxic Thoughts, Toxic People, Toxic Comments
Social Art Is Like Milk
Art on social media is something too fast that dies and doesn’t have too much attention. Art on social media has an expiration, like milk.
Sunday Drama Queen
Sorry, You Can’t Log Out
How do you get all this time stolen by content that is always the same?
No Lovers, Only Fans
Beware of falling in love too much.
Healthcare Has Become A Luxury
And a boy tells you this problem, not a feminist.
Europe’s Favorite Money Ride
Sea Trash Bin
Nothing In Particular
The Tales Of The Liar
The same feeling you get with two bags manufactured together but with different brands of belonging.
Christmas Crisis 2020
Pietà In Isothermal Blanket
The situation in the European seas is increasingly tragic. In my country, Italy, people without culture become more and more racist, bringing their religion to the fore of their culture.
Itchy & Scratchy
I Imagined The Addiction
Translation: “Addicted; Not addicted”