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(Topic ID: 101219)

The Amazing Pinball Art of Lorenzo Rimondini~ (Zaccaria)

By Strange

6 years ago

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  • 13 posts
  • 9 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 6 years ago by dgersic
  • Topic is favorited by 1 Pinsider


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#1 6 years ago

Main artist Lorenzo Rimondini over at Zaccaria Pinball in the 70's and especially the 80's did unbelievable work~


#2 6 years ago

One of the true greats. Thanks

#3 6 years ago

Here is the only image I can find of the man. He was... "The Master"


#4 6 years ago

Very interesting! I think he is my long-lost Italian cousin . . .

#5 6 years ago

That is some pretty cool art work.

#6 6 years ago

Lorenzo was Zaccaria Pinball. I just learned to these guys and god damn I'm impressed. That Farfalla is definitely candidate for most attractive pin ever~

#7 6 years ago

The Italian Stallion of pinball art!

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#8 6 years ago
Quoted from JoelOmatik:

The Italian Stallion of pinball art!

LOL. I'm sure no Zac pin even in the most primo condition would ever go for $12,995.00 unlike some other Sylvester Stallone themed pins...

BTW, this alternate Farfalla backglass sketch rules!


#9 6 years ago

Thanks for posting, hadn't seen most of these before. Very impressive art indeed!

#10 6 years ago

Bellissimo !!
Farfalla is the sexiest pin Ive ever seen. Beautiful.

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#11 6 years ago

I'm appreciating Soccer Kings more everyday. Charming sound package... I feel its an underrated Zac and is beautiful as a whole. Nice use of Colors~


#12 6 years ago

Zacs are the best, kept secret in pinball. Can't wait to add a Farfalla myself!~SpOoKy

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#13 6 years ago

If I recall correctly, Federico Croci has a few other pictures of Lorenzo at work on his web site (http://www.tilt.it).

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