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“My work is largely abstract and/or impressionistic, which might surprise people who may know me for creating the I Believe in Nashville brand and murals,” says Adrien Saporiti. “My style developed through years of painting murals and doing graphic design which, fun fact, I first learned the basics of in my 9th grade photoshop class at USN.
“My work is largely a combination of spray paint and acrylic. With the use of different nozzles I've developed a spray technique that allows me to layer and blend colors, which I primarily use for gradients, and allows me to achieve a diffuse look with spray paint. Acrylics allow for more fine detail, particularly with figures, and for more options when it comes to textures. I will sometimes incorporate ink and pen for accents, depending on the piece.”
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"I love you, but you're bringing me down" -- Borrowed from an LCD Soundsystem song of the same name, the title evokes an emotional response that correlates to the emotion of the portrait. It's not explicit, and the viewer can apply their own story to it, but I like it because the title and the painting work together to create a better piece.