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Antony Squizzato

"Dlaws of daring colors and playful geometric shapes underline the signature of the contemporary French artist Antony Squizzato. His catchy work is a fusion of elements from pop art, cubism, bauhaus and supremacism." - Alan Lennon
Antony Squizzato lives and works in the Auvergne region in France. In 2014, with 15 years of digital advertising to his credit, he decided that he reached what he considered to be his limits as a creative director. Feeling the need to move away from this area, he becomes a full -time painter and independent artist director. He focuses on the evolution of his eponymous style, simply called "Neue Constructivism".
From 1999 to 2014, he worked as an associated creative director at Periscope, for a wide range of international brands, especially in the automotive, entertainment, industry, NGOs and luxury brands and luxury sectors and luxury brands and luxury brands and fashion.
During the golden years of the beginnings of digital design, it is involved in many creative fields: movement, illustration, artistic direction, font design, 3D and games.
Today, he divides his time between the creation of his studio, artistic management in advertising agency, street art projects as well as the production of visuals for a wide range of renowned international agencies. He works in a balanced ecosystem between personal production and the artistic direction commissioned by intelligent people looking for new ideas.
Antony Squizzato uses abstraction and minimalism to advance ideas with universal meaning, by associating traditional methods of painting with digital techniques and new media to create something both classic and contemporary. His work was rewarded and published worldwide: IDN, Vogue, Pictoplasma, 3x3 Mag, Jazz Magazine, Freshpaint Mag.

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