Federico Piccirillo is a 3D illustrator and motion designer currently working for Nerdo Studio in Turin, Italy, who creates beautiful digital art. Modern artist Federico Picci is not only a digital illustrator but also a pianist.
“I always try to imagine how the music that I play might have a shape, a color, a mass or even a smell. As a human being, we are unable to see it, but we can actually feel it through our infinity imagination.”the artist says about his digital art.
In his delightful digital art series called “Filling Spaces,” he shows what the sound might look like if we were capable of witnessing it in solid form, conveying how the immaterial splendor of a musical composition can suffuse an otherwise empty room.
Picci is currently studying in Florence, Italy, and the city’s influence is evident in the classical architecture that sets the backdrop for the modern design scenes.
He explains that his goal was for the series that he creates for his digital art is to “look like a short movie,” telling a story with a sense of realism. The story, then, is one of music’s power to move and to charm us — one that invites us to appreciate its beauty from a more imaginative perspective.