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Andrea Ucini’ Conceptual Illustrations Unveil Obscure Worlds

Self-taught Italian illustrator Andrea Ucini pulls scenes that show concealed plot lines, including a conceptual turn to his glossy imagery. Inside Ucini’s art, an individual can sneak a glimpse behind the veil of a shadow or road lamp, discovering another world or only a curious rodent. Along with functioning as an illustrator, Ucini also composes songs and plays several roles, a pastime that he sites as a powerful influence because of his illustrations that have been contained in Wired, Scientific American, Entrepreneur Magazine, and much more. You may see more of this Denmark-based illustrator‘s work on his InstagramBehance, and Anna Goodson Illustration Agency where he’s currently represented.

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