Acrylic on the wall, 1.30m x 3m. The artwork was commissioned by the owner of the coffee “The Coffee Tree”. The famous restaurant is located on the main street of Port Vila, the capital of Vanuato, in Oceania. The place has a steam punk style and we find the theme of recycling and vintage in the
This painting was commissioned for the lobby of the Timbuktu hotel in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, Italy. the artwork is 2m wide and about 3 meters high and continues on the ceiling. It represents our naturalness that blends with the artificial, the technology, the mechanics, the cybernetics … è stato commissionato questo dipinto per
Monzuno, Bologna, Italy. This artwork was done to participate in the 2017 edition ‘Tracce d’Arte’ held at the Il Rifugio del Viandante ecovillage. The work was inspired by the book The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Vol. 1 by the author Drunvalo Melchizedek.
Tuscania, Viterbo, Italy. The work was commissioned by the agriturismo Poggio Colone. The 5m x 5m high wall of approximately length was painted with mixed airbrush technique and brushes with acrylic colors. The subject depicts the bouquet of field flowers and ears of wheat that is found in the logo of the farm, combined and
Da Nang, Vietnam. This decoration was commissioned to embellish the porch of My Casa Restaurant. Colored glossy glazes were used, taking up the modern style of the place. Da Nang, Vietnam. Questa decorazione è stata commissionata per abbellire il porticato di My Casa Restaurant. Sono stati utilizzati smalti lucidi colorati riprendendo lo stile moderno del
Da Nang, Vietnam. This artwork was commissioned by the owner of The Village Resort in the tourist center of the city overlooking the beach. The work 7 m long x 2m high was carried out using a mixed airbrush technique and brushes with acrylic colors. Elements related to the symbols of the Vietnamese coast have
Bologna, Italy. This artwork was commissioned inside a private house in the hills of Bologna. The work is about 3m x 2m high with acrylic colors. A tribute was requested to Maria Sabina, a historic Mexican curandera; the artist used purple, a color of transcendence and spirituality. We find various elements used by Sabina during the