One of the two limited edition t-shirts with which BF MOUNTAIN begins its production of clothing and accessory lines.
The original artwork by Alberto Graia "Flying Whale on the three peaks of Lavaredo" designed for BF MOUNTAIN was printed on this jersey.
Alberto Graia is an expert hiker, mountaineer and master in the use of the pencil precisely from the material with which it is composed that gives life to his stage name is "The man of Graphite" .
This t-shirt was presented on 9 December 2018 on the occasion of the art exhibition "Mountains and Art love each other: birth of a brand" which took place in the BF Mountain SHOP with the exhibition of the works of Alberto Graia and Stefano Sciphons.
- Sublimation printing
- Fabric: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
Alberto Graia is present on social networks under the name of " The Graphite Man " where you can see his works, get in touch with him to be able to buy his drawings or commission new ones. His contacts are:
- Facebook: http://bit.ly/UomoGRfacebook
- Instagram : http://bit.ly/UomoGRinstagram
- Email: email@example.com
- Mobile: 3396240552
As an illustrator, he is featured in some issues of SF...ERE, a 1978 science fiction fanzine, and, together with Dr. F. Di Marcantonio, in "A story to be told", an educational book on the anatomy of the eye, published in within the FATMA project of Tor Vergata University.
With Alberto Sciamplicotti he participates in an audiovisual evening dedicated to the biography book of the mountaineer Pierluigi Bini "Erano Rotti e Stracciati".
His illustrations are featured in various books and editions; he also participates in collective painting, and is curator of exhibitions in the local TEN.
In 2009, for the review "Urania the city of uninhabited stories" of the Teatro di Roma, his painting "There were better days" was chosen to illustrate the show "Earth attraction" by Diego Romano with Giuliana Lojodice and Arnaldo Ninchi. With the same painting he participates in the exhibition “Apophis. Images from an announced Apocalypse”, organized by the Tele Tolte art gallery.