Graphic Design of Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso is an italian graphic designer.

Born on May 30 1976 in Milan, he lived more than 20 years in a corner of paradise, on the beautiful island, Sardinia. There, in the middle of Mediterranean Sea he discovered his passion for computer artwork. Just when he thought that he can do more than play on the computer, he started using  Photoshop & Illustrator.  Now he has a stunning contribution to art through his own different style.  He explores human body an he combines coloured vectors with black and white photos in an unique way.

For more details about the artist you can see Alberto Seveso portofolio on his site or on Behance  .  

I invite you to see  part of his work here: 

The Man Who Would Stop Time

   Bill Andrews – photo by John B. Carnett.

The Man Who Would Stop Time The Man Who Would Stop Time, illustration for Popular Science Magazine, August 2011.

The Man Who Would Stop Time, illustration for Popular Science Magazine, August 2011

Portraits

Portrait impresses by combining the beauty of the eyes and face color.

MascaMask of light and shadow.

Character of the portrait is now in a series of illustrations done by the author with the title: “A me mi piace la gnocca!”

Fragment of   “A me mi piace la gnocca!” Series

 

 

 

Bacardi B-Live

 

 

 

Runner publish in World Magasine

 Sexy boys selection

Sexy Boys

Sexy Boys

Sexy Boys

Michael Phelps for ESPN magazine

SuperBum 01

 SuperBum 02