#001 – Interview: Artist Lefty Out There
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By creating intuitive, repeated shapes, Lefty Out There (aka Franco Campanella) achieves the rare feat of working in contradictions. His work is both bold and intricate. Organic but uniform. A simple mark makes up a considerably more complex whole.
Lefty’s work was born on Chicago’s walls but has gained recognition by fine art galleries, like-minded brands, and collectors around the world. His signature polymorphs are now on the forefront of virtual creativity with public works spanned across the US, Europe, and Asia.
Lefty’s pattern makes the eye linger and yearn for interpretation – likened to cell structures and vibrations, they call for the audience to pay attention to all the details, including the unseen. Without any claims of connotation or secrets, Lefty’s goal is to increase awareness of these often overlooked instances while covering everything in the process. His aesthetic adjusts throughout each project, due to his will for experimentation and proficiency in multiple creative mediums.