Born in Padua, Italy (02/18/1992), Bryan Dalle Stelle discovered his passion for drawing right away. Spending most of his free time watching anime and cartoons, he learned the style by the best japanese artists. Bryan then agreed to copy what he saw in the comic books with the main focus on details even if, at first, it remained only a hobby. The transition from primary to secondary school and later to high school stopped the practice, but the passion remained strong in the boy.
” I was so focused on studying I had to shelve my biggest passion, but I remembered with pleasure the great feeling that gave me drawing “.
That’ s why, after graduation, Bryan decided to return to create new works, but this time in a new environment: the Internet
After signing in the popular social network Facebook, Bryan Dalle Stelle discovered the world inside the networks and people realized the talent of the young italian hypperealist soon. Immediately users appreciated his work, at first portraits of famous people, and then all of his original drawings. In a short time his work became the subject of shares and ” likes ” , and his video received thousands of views too.
The return to the world of art translated in the research of improvement and , more broadly , in the research of perfection, which was found in the hyperrealistic style in this period . In fact, Hyperrealism is not simply a ” copy ” of a photograph or , more generally, a copy of reality , actually it deviates from the oldest and outdated school of Photorealism in trying to overcome the rigid barriers dictated by simple emulation of reality , adding social and cultural problems and focusing on details.