White is maybe the most rigorous and psychological color, it seems to purify the surfaces, it’s a color that makes the vacuum merge. The empty spaces have slight contrasts of shape as a value. I like to deal with this non-pigmentation because its process is a ramification of many harmonic elements that allude to a perfect informality. White is a […]
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