I’m always up for a good story, so if a visual piece of work has some sort of narrative thread running through it my eyes instantly widen with intrigue and excitement. Take illustrator Davide Bonazzi’s series Day Trippers, individually these images are done well but when seen together as a whole package, the beautifully observed moments between an elderly couple exploring a city together tells a much deeper story of love and companionship.
His colour palette is delightfully simple using shades of red, grey and eggshell blue to create this wholesome world of diner dinners and promenade strolls – even getting lost looks fun with the senior tourists getting out a big ol’ paper map to find their way.
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