Interview: Regolino Bizzi


Name: My Name is Regolino Bizzi.

Where do you live: I live in Stockholm, Sweden.

Known for: My Instagram account (Regolo54)

Currently working with:
Hyperbolic geometry, Celtic knot, impossible figures and symmetry/tessellation.

When did you realize that you were going to work with this:
5 years ago but I’ve been interested in geometrical art throughout my life.

If you could choose one place only to live, where would that be and why?
Stockholm, all my children and grandchildren live here.

How would you describe your design:
A combination of geometry and art.

How and when did you start to work with this in a serious manner?
I painted figurative art all my life, but started the geometrical combination with art 5 years ago.

What do you do at the moment?
I retired from work (Accounting) this past week and now I have more time for art.

A recommendation for those who think about starting and running a creative business?
Get a high purpose and be patient.

Tell us how it all started.
With art started when I was 6 years old, I got in school with people that painted with their mouths and feet (I can’t use my right arm).

With geometry all started when I found the book “Sacred Geometry” by Miranda Lundy.

What is the most important thing in a workplace/studio for you?
The light.

What is your favorite film?
Apocalypse now (Ford Coppola).

Who would you like to invite for a dinner and why?
My family, because I love them.

How do you like to spoil yourself?
A good movie.

What is luxury for you?
Do what I like.

What is the nicest compliment you’ve received for your design, and from whom?
“The imagination of yours…I wish.” a message from followers on DeviantArt.

What do you fear most?

What is a happy life to you?
Do what I like.

What does a regular day look like for you?
An hour’s walk in the morning, painting when the light is best, publishing on the web, cooking food for my family, watching a movie or reading a book before bed time.

Tell us about your dream project.
Learn about hyperbolic geometry in deep.

Who is your favorite designer?
Mc Escher

How would you describe your style?
A combination of art and geometry.

Which is the one thing you can’t live without?
My family.

What inspires you?
Mc Escher, Van Gogh and the Web.

A book that has changed/made the most impression in your life?
All the books written by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

Follow Regolino on Instagram
See his profile on Tumblr & Devianart & Flickr 
Connect with him on Facebook

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