Artist Inserts His Sketchbook Drawings Into Real Life Architecture

 

Italian artist Pietro Cataudella creates amazing illustrations that he very cleverly uses to alter the context of real-life architecture featured in photos. Such examples include Musée Rodin, Egyptian Pyramids, Fontana Di Trevi-Roma, La Cattedrale di Siviglia and Marzamemi, Sicilia, Italy.

The goal of CityLiveSketch is to show the beauties that surround us, the symbolic places and the most characteristic views in an alternative way, using not only simple photographs but also drawings on a normal travel notebook.

 

 

 

 

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Summer vibes 🌊😷

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Piccola Venezia Live Sketch✨ (📍Bologna) ⠀ 🇮🇹 In pieno centro storico a Bologna, a pochi passi dalla Cattedrale di San Petronio, c’è un tesoro nascosto che merita di essere scoperto durante una visita in città. In Via Piella, infatti, tra portici e botteghe, c’è una piccola finestrella che regala uno degli scorci più belli e caratteristici della città: un piccolo canale su cui si affacciano case colorate e balconi pieni di verde, proprio come nella splendida Venezia, da cui questo magico angolo di città prende il nome. 🤗 Vi siete mai affacciati da questa finestra? Quali altri scorci di Bologna vi hanno colpito di più? ⠀ 🇬🇧 In the historic center of Bologna, not so far from San Petronio Cathedral, there is a hidden treasure that deserves to be discovered during a visit to the city. In Via Piella street, between arcades and shops, there is a small window that offers one of the most beautiful and characteristic view of the city: a small canal overlooked by colorful houses and balconies full of greenery, just like in the beautiful city of Venice, from which this magical corner of city takes its name. 🤗 Have you ever looked out of this window? And which other views of Bologna impressed you most?

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L’Unicorno Antonelliano di Torino 🦄🌈

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