ARTmonday: Mario Rossi’s Geometrically Deconstructed Photos

Having made a quick trip to Manhattan over the weekend for a friend’s BIG birthday, I’m definitely in a city state-of-mind.

While all of Naples-born, Rome-based photographer Mario Rossi‘s photographs aren’t necessarily taken smack in the middle of a city, the deconstructed, cubist compositions echo the framework of a skyscraper. Rossi indeed cites geometry as integral to his photography, putting forth that his forms are repeated with an attention to mathematics and music, as though viewed through a kaleidoscope.

Here are 12 examples of Mario Rossi’s colorful, geometrically deconstructed photos.


Palaexpò     Saatchi Art


Labyrinths of Mind 4    Saatchi Art


Muse 2    Saatchi Art


Swimming Pool 4    Saatchi Art


Expò Mirrors 1    Saatchi Art


Sunbathers    Saatchi Art


3×5    Saatchi Art

Author: StyleCarrot

Marni Elyse Katz is a design writer and editor who lives in Boston and Cape Cod with her husband, two sons, and a cat. She blogs about design at

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