Author Archives: marcobusoni

CD covers for “Luna Blanca”

I have a collaboration with the German band “Luna Blanca”, they ask me to use my mermaid paintings for a YouTube video of a song and that was the beginning .. I made several CD covers for them with digital art technique, here you see the “Magic Medley” cover where I combined the guitar symbol of Flamenco music they play e and the white moon of the band name and the 3 pages graphic for the “Greatest hits” celebrating their […]

Books cover and a puzzle

The best selling author Tonia Brown have chosen my artwork “a trick of the light” as cover image for her book “Mermaids” Over the years my first mermaid paintings “A mermaid in the sunset” inspired artists and authors, best-selling author Naleighna Kai wanted her for the cover of her short story “Mermaid” and unknown Mara for her autobiography  

Exhibition at the Musèe du Louvre

June 2013 I exhibited my paintings at a contemporary art fair at the famous Musee du Lovre in Paris. It has been an emotion and a honor to be selected for such a prestigious location where tourists form every part of the world could see my works after admiring immortal masterpieces like the “Mona Lisa” form Leonardo da Vinci. I have made several exhibitions before and after this one, but the Art Fair at the Louvre has been a memorable […]

Masterpiece collection on Pinterest

A popular art blogger has featured one of my work in a Masterpiece of Art collection on pinterest it’s has been a wonderful surprise to discover my painting near those of Van Gogh, Monet, Zorn and other artits that are my model and inspiration, especially  Claude Monte has been a guide for me with his exploration of light that I made my own.

wild boar

Recognition by National Geographic

In 2008 my submitted photo of  wild boar close up was selected a featured in the Italian edition of the National Geographic contest; I take the photo in the Maremma regional park in Tuscany where this animals where quiet easy to meet in this years in fact I shot the image in a little car parking near the sea just before the sunset. The photo was published in the Italian national geographic website that year.