is an Italian photographer based in Turin, Italy who creates conceptual photos of fruits and vegetables with the color dripping away. The images are a metaphor for nature’s ability to renew itself despite man’s interferance through the use of technology, which can either help or destroy it.
“Nature defeats us in silence, or in any case, it will stay here for longer than us, it will be run-down, but it will still be there. We fall ill and we die to create space for other men and to ensure the continuation of species. Nature doesn’t give a damn about our pain or our profit logic.”
More about Giorgio Cravero and his works here.