Marco Petrus donates one of his unmistakable works in support of “Urbanfile per Milano” and could only do so through the Torre Velasca, the undisputed icon of the Milanese skyline.
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A sideboard in walnut wood with two frontal panels decorated with the abstract patterns.
The Atlas collection is the project by Formy Studio, which sees protagonists colours and different shades, inspired by the homonymous collection of the famous painter Marco Petrus.
Atlas tells the archetypes of the wardrobe, including printed short-sleeved shirts combined with shorts, over t-shirts and wind jackets made of technical materials.
The bucket hat comes in a funky version, as the full printed shopping bag.
The palette of blue, ivory and green opens to the warmer shades of lilac and orange but also to the graphic motifs inspired by the work of Petrus.
2019, enamels on drywall, 215×540 cm
Wallpainting in the entrance hall of the Jakala Group headquarters in Corso di Porta Romana 15 in Milan.
2019, enamels on drywall, 243×417 cm
Retracing the Milanese tradition of collaboration between architects and artists for decoration of entrance halls of buildings, the edifice P19 designed by Carlo Donati Studio has become a source of inspiration to connect architecture and painting.
The broken lines and the chromatics of the two buildings of Via Palermo 19 in Milan have been translated into a pure composition of forms and colors through a process of abstraction.
SHADE ABSTRACTIONS COLLECTION
Abstract patterns created by Marco Petrus
A room divider with a brass frame. Model hand painted by the artist.
A room divider with a brass frame. Model printed on wood.
A room divider with a brass frame. Model printed on non-woven fabric.
“Upsidedown” 2011: limited edition.
A Tibetan carpet hand-knotted by Nepalese artisans, Shakti quality, with wool spun and combed by hand.
“Sequenze” 2011: fifty details of Italian buildings.
Tapestry woven by Flanders Tapestries (Belgium), 143 x 190 cm., 12 colours: acrylic, cotton, wool silk. The work reproduces and conserves the memory of the painting of the same name; an installation shown at the Padiglione Italia, the Venice Biennale, 2011.