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Davide Bedoni

Davide Bedoni

Born in Vicenza, Italy, Davide Bedoni studied Media Design in Milan New Art Academy. There he developed a strong passion for cinema studies and an early interest on documentary series. His first documentary, produced in Japan and released in 2008, gave him national visibility winning the Palazzo Venezia Documentary award, sponsored by Rai, Italian National television . He then immediately started a career in the documentary industries, which allowed him to travel all over the world. While he was living in New York he started looking at a new web phenomenon which had just started at that time: fashion films. He got back to Italy in 2010 and started working with many italian fashion brands, creating brand stories, backstage videos, campaign films , web series and artistic projects. In 2011 he won a special prize at the Asvoff festival, held at Centre Pompidou in Paris, the first and most important fashion film festival in the world. He kept working and developing his interest in different forms of communication, working as art director , creating concept for advertising campaign for several italian fashion brands. Since 2013 he is focusing on his career as director, for art, fashion and design brands.

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Projects
  • LEO COLLAGE

    A Leonardo di Caprio obsession, meets contemporary graphic design in italian artist Davide Bedoni surprising digital collages using just Google images.Bedoni sources images from internet which he then crops and collages in Photoshop.

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  • BODIES OF GODS – GARRETT

    Davide Bedoni drew inspiration from the impressive collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a series of collages that blend contemporary photography and classic italian sculpture. A Marble statue of Hermes, dating back from the 1st or 2nd century A.D. a sculpture of Paris (1812) and a statue of Venus (1810). Both attributed to the famous workshop of Antonio Canova, or a marble figure of Clytie (1872), credited to William Henry Rinehart, are juxtaposed with the fashion portrait…

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  • BODIES OF GODS – LINDA

    Davide Bedoni drew inspiration from the impressive collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a series of collages that blend contemporary photography and classic italian sculpture. A Marble statue of Hermes, dating back from the 1st or 2nd century A.D. a sculpture of Paris (1812) and a statue of Venus (1810). Both attributed to the famous workshop of Antonio Canova, or a marble figure of Clytie (1872), credited to William Henry Rinehart, are juxtaposed with the fashion portrait…

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  • BODIES OF GODS – LARA

    Davide Bedoni drew inspiration from the impressive collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a series of collages that blend contemporary photography and classic italian sculpture. A Marble statue of Hermes, dating back from the 1st or 2nd century A.D. a sculpture of Paris (1812) and a statue of Venus (1810). Both attributed to the famous workshop of Antonio Canova, or a marble figure of Clytie (1872), credited to William Henry Rinehart, are juxtaposed with the fashion portrait…

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  • ADIDAS – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • BARBIE – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • BMW – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • DISNEY – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • LEGO – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • MARCJACOBS – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • MARGIELA – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • NIKE – PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • SEGA -PRADA

    Davide Bedoni plays with the pop cultural brands and their omnipresence and yet the power of their existence in today's world. Bedoni, cleverly distorts the logo of the fashion brand PRADA to transform it in a very recognizable logos of other brands like Adidas, Sega, Nike or BMW... The image over the meaning of a concept.

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  • BODIES OF GODS

    What happens when contemporary fashion photography meets classic Italian sculpture? Italian filmmaker and art director Davide Bedoni has the answer!

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