Silence Television – a love story

I’m sure there’s some sort of biochemical rationale as to why I become short-of-breath giddy when looking at the work of Silence Television (comprised of the illustration and prints by Gianmarco Magnani). Maybe it’s the motorcycles, maybe it’s the minimalistic monochromatic tones he uses… I don’t know, but my crush is official.

Futuristic MotoGP-style hovercrafts, exploding VW bugs, a lone flat-frame scooter, and what (in my imagination) is a subtle shoutout to Little Alex’s Fuzzy Warbles obsession with Ludwig Van (officially, and eloquently, titled ‘Lightning at the Opera‘ by Magnani himself) with the slightest twist of David Bowie à la Ziggy Stardust- suffice it to say that my cup runneth over with delight!

Of course, as with all crushes, my rambling rationale is but a product of my own mind. But, then again, Silence TV speaks for itself.

Artist’s ‘About':

Silence Television, Gianmarco Magnani’s Portfolio
Digital illustration – Giclée Print on Fine Art Cotton Paper
Each series are composed by 4 prints and the title of each print is the corresponding number

External links
Website | www.silencetv.com
Blog | www.silencetv.com/blog
E-mail | prints@silencetv.com
Facebook | www.facebook.com/silencetv

Published on Sep 11, 2011
Filed under: Artists I Love,Bikes,Design,Hot shots,Scooters
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“There is no disguise which can hide love for long where it exists, or simulate it where it does not.” ~ Francois de La Rochefoucauld

posted by Jonathon Julia / 09.24.11 - 12:16 pm

I love this guy’s work. I have several as my desktop.

posted by mark snyder / 09.26.11 - 10:49 am

Yeah, not surprised it’s right up your alley!

posted by batpigandme / 09.26.11 - 10:00 pm

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