Dan Bannino is an Italian photographer. After spending many years of his life in London, working as a photographer, he decided to dedicate his full-time to personal projects. Since then, Bannino’s work has gained International fame and praise and has appeared in major newspapers and magazines such as TheTimes, Vice, The Huffington Post, Artnet, WideWalls, Elle, Cosmopolitan and many more.
Dan's photographic style has been defined as Pop-baroque or Pop-renaissance. He works by mixing influences from the Old Masters and the rich cultural inheritance of his native country, with inspiration drawn from the world of contemporary pop culture.
He is attracted by unusual themes, and one of his declared goals to draw the audience’s attention to such matters. His main subject are still lives; he draws them from everyday life, books, films or the news and he creates pictures that tell stories and convey deep complex meanings.