Dante’s work is directly linked to his A.K.A. (Arcade) to which he refers in many of his works, as well as his influencers, which come from the 80s and 90s. It was in the 90s, during his adolescence, when he discovered the boom of video games, the world of comics, science fiction films and, of course, Graffiti. Since then, he has been fascinated by this retro universe, from which he has not yet managed to escape. It is this imaginary where his work is regenerated, bringing old tendencies back on a current frame, where futurism is jumbled with the classic and the old with the modern.
His colorful compositions can sometimes remind you of the gradients of the northern lights, the catwalk of a carnival or the screen of an Atari or Neo Geo video game.
Dante enjoys creating spaces that make you vibrate, transporting you to a more casual and cheerful place, where the only premise is to enjoy.
He creates spaces that are a refuge for his nostalgia, where he remembers that formerly, time used to run slower and everything had more flavor.