It’s not easy to say who I am, you should ask to someone else… well I was born in November ’84 and growing up in a city like Rome it’s very difficult to non passionate about art. When I was a child I spent many hours drawing on paper and on computer: in fact in 1988 I made my first draw with a Macintosh II and MacPaint software!
Although studies led me on other ways, I continued my development with digital graphics, until today where my artistic career has led me to create a mix between my two passions. Actually the latest techniques that I use are a mesh-up: processing in digital first and then making the final design with acrylics and other styles.
In recent years this passion has led me to participate in several events (you can see the results in the Projects section) including the Pugnaloni of Acquapendente. Why am I talking about this and not the others? Because for this event, we use a unique technique in the world. After drawing a wooden panel of 260×360 cm, a team of people (sorry… of friends) works over to create a mosaic of flowers and leaves. Yes you read right! FLOWERS AND LEAVES! Needless to say that the final effects are extraordinary… leaves and petals are cut and pasted one by one to have a really impressive final result. (If you want to know more about this, I refer you to the official website.)
So here I am, a bit quirky, a bit crazy, a bit …me!