“I never thought I identified with the victims, I identified with the monsters, because I thought they were the saddest characters in the whole story.”
This endearing short documentary/portrait produced by Black Harbor, featuring artist Luca Dipierro caught my attention. The piece delves into Luca’s ruminations, on just about everything from his creative process to campy 60s Italian horror films. Lucas work is a wonderfully quirky bizarre amalgam of collage and illustration with an air of mischievous black humor and an obvious latin folk art inspiration.
I love how passionate he is, especially in watching his mannerisms at play. The interview is contrasted with his colorful art and tiny studio.