JUAN MARTIN BIONDI

Juan Martin Biondi

A nostalgic approach of architectural drawing

Nostalgic Architectural Drawing

“Hello! My name is Juan Martin Biondi, I’m from Bragado, a small town in Argentina. Since I was a child I liked drawing, I did it all the time, I participated in contests in my city and in the province, then over the years I decided to study Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires and I am currently working on it. But I have always liked to draw and it was a pending issue that I had delayed until I decided to dedicate myself fully again. I always draw with pens, ink, colored pencils and watercolors. Due to my profession I like to draw cities and landscapes, their movement, places I was in and when I saw them I could feel the same feeling I had when I was there and I would like people who look at them to get into them and feel what same. “

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Juan Martin Biondi

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    1. Hi Julia! Totally πŸ™‚ I really like his approach of drawing buildings and public spaces omitting the unnecessary details and “noise”. Looking at his work you see the space is stripped from human presence, however you don’t get the feeling of emptiness.

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment.

      Best,
      Iasonas

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