I like to play with shapes, flirt with colours and take lines for interesting walks
Angelo Cerantola’s work is a mixture of traditional and contemporary techniques: from drawing to photography to vector graphics. The Italian, who studied at London’s prestigious Central Saint Martin’s College, draws influence from geometric shapes, texture and layered colours. His work is a reflection on human (sub) consciousness, and is always informed by the contemporary and classical masterpieces of the genre. Angelo lives in Venice.