Art All for the Gram – Impossible Dialogues

All for the Gram – Impossible Dialogues

Giulia Guido

What do Picasso and Roy Lichtenstein have in common? Van Gogh and Dali? Piero della Francesco and Henri Rousseau? Sure, they are all artists, but apart from that they have very little in common.
This is precisely why Claudia Storelli, architect and Italian art enthusiast, called the project “Impossible Dialogues” when she decided to merge works by artists who are very distant both stylistically and temporally. 

Using programmes such as Photoshop and Illustrator, Claudia Storelli perfectly blends elements of different works, creating a third digital work that pays tribute to the great masterpieces of art.
The end result is not only surprising but also makes you smile, because you can’t help but smile when you see one of Dali’s loose clocks resting on a cherry tree branch painted by Van Gogh or the burning plane in Roy Lichtenstein’s Whaam! flying over Guernica. 

Claudia Storelli’s are impossible dialogues that we can no longer do without. We have selected our favourites, but follow the Impossible Dialogues profile so you don’t miss the next ones! 

Written by Giulia Guido
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