ARTS & COLLECTIBLES
Graffiti artist turned tattoo artist turned highly sought-after mural painter and campaign designer is one of Italy’s young artists on the rise.
PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTESY OF FOSCARINI
Born in Bergamo, Italy (1977), Milan-based artist Luca Font spent his early years in the street art scene. During this time, he began to develop a fondness for abstract, graphic design, and topography, which is undeniably evident in his current studio and tattoo works. Besides, His global recognition as a go-to tattoo artist with a waiting list miles long, Font creates¸ illustrations for corporate campaigns and publications. Font’s works depict harmonious forms and structures, emphasized through his use of bold, complex colors and captivating geometric patterns in a psychedelic way.
What’s in a lamp?, Luca Font for Foscarini
Font’s works have been the subject of exhibitions and commissions at venues, including My War, Avia Pervia in Modena, So Faraway So Close, Santeria in Milan, Quadrivium, Avantgarden in Milano, La Bellezza fa 40, Castello di Lecce in Lecce, Fire and Desire, Studio Museo Messina in Milano, and Bergamasterz, 255 Gallery in Bergamo.