is an Italian digital artist based in Treviso, Italy.
“I’m completely absorbed by glitch art. I’ve always been attracted to its aesthetics; I’m not talking about philosophy or higher concepts, but just its plain visual pleasure,” says the Italian-born artist. Previously, writers H.P. Lovecraft and Carlos Castaneda have caught his creative attentions, although his most recent work fuses symbolic photographs and figures from history with a good dose of Photoshop. From the burning monk in “Saigon” to Jesus’s crucifixion in “Meltchrist”
More about Giacomo Carmagnola and his works here.