Monsters in a world of Selfie. Society and separation through illustration - DesignOnWeb
In an era in which separation and diversity are increasingly evident, Daniele Davitti, a multifaceted artist, depicts his Monsters that are nothing more than our nightmares, as a "scream" to draw attention to today's society
Suffering for love is what the artist pays attention to and by suffering he means many things. Suffering for a failed love, for the loss of a loved one, for a sunset that ends, for a beautiful wrecked hope, a dream, an identity that we have seen dying in rot
In his art he seeks this, a point in common with the world, a centre of belonging where we are all equal: love and suffering. In an era like this in which we see a lot of separation, the news and people around us always focus the light on the thousands of differences in human beings, but he does not believe that the barricade and armour will serve any purpose. "I paint the monsters that we all hide under smiles and "perfect selfies" trying to make it clear that we are not alone. That I'm not alone"
History teaches us that human beings give their best when they work together, when they are afraid together, when they follow a common cause, and their suffering lies precisely in the impossibility of predicting how this world of ours will end, almost losing confidence, but, through the heart, he believes that the only thing we can do is try to represent all this, bring people to speak on common ground
Davitti believes in the value of education and beauty, in facing his own nightmares with someone, in asking for help and in being able to improve by collaborating. Among his forms of artistic expression, he writes books for children, talking about resilience, diversity, acceptance, friendship and love. He lectures on the concept of beauty and humanity, trying to make his students understand that the world is a place full of wonders, only waiting for them to be appreciated in all its endless delights
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