Chuck Anderson inspired by Luigi Russolo during the Futurism Movement







Futurism was an art movement that rejected anything that looked old and was influenced by Analytical Cubism. It was originated in Italy and was created to show the speed and energy in a picture. They wanted ton make a change in the world and were obsessed with speed.  I think that Chuck Anderson’s image has been inspired by Luigi Russolo’s image because they both represent levels and speed within life. Even though Anderson’s is more modern than Russolo’s, they still share the theme of speed and movement. Anderson created this image by using Photoshop; he also does his own photography to create some of his images. 


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