Work in Progres 2016 I have never thought of producing art on one topic or another. The topics reach me wandering the streets and meeting people. For this reason I am not never without a sketchbook at hand. I draw a lot. I have never thought of producing art on one topic or another. The topics reach me wandering the streets and meeting people. For this reason I am not never without a sketchbook at hand. Many design. Sometimes the designs are left in the notebook while other times they develop more in-depth ideas and detailed images. I do not think of creating works of art related to social criticism, but among my works appear descriptions of life and social comportament. In particular in the past few years I began to notice a pattern that I had not anticipated, but which now involves me. My work tends to focus on human behavior, his wealth, his dreams but also its weakness materials. I’m not a painter who suddenly abandoning the simple instinct. I prefer to research and reflection, the study begins with the idea to become a sketch, drawing, and finally, perhaps, become a complete work. I believe that in this way the subject, colors and composition come together in cross-functional way of the creative process. The needs of the idea, lead me to use, indifferently and without prejudice to any media, oil, acrylic, pastels, enamels, pencils, mineral powders, tissues and collage. Everything has to work together to express the final creation. Influences Living in contrasts and being culturally nomadic, I have some artistic ambivalence. First of all I love the word, I perceived not as meaningful sound but as evocation figurative. This led me to study the appearance of ideographic scripts, so the calligraphic design especially Adrian Frutiger. I feel Japanese culture very close, of which I am a passionate lover and of which, in particular, love to explore the linear elegance and strength of a character Kanji, the hint of a figurative Haiku but also the impetuous more contemporary pop. Of course there are contemporary painters such as, for example, Sigmar Polke, Herve Telemaque, David Hockney, David Salle that I love and who have in some way influenced me but I rightly betrayed in the search for my own identity in the use of color, type of stroke, or the study of the subject. At the same time, they are also influenced by everything I see in my contemporary, from advertising to comics in particular those young I have approached the design, such as Little Nemo (Winsor McCay), Flash Gordon (Alex Raymond) and the number of Metal Hurlant (Jean Giraud alias Moebius). In conclusion, I make art because it is an essential part of what I feel and think, and the art form is my way to express myself and communicate with the society.