Tuesday, October 31, 2006


Do you remember airships? Slow cigar-shaped giants that flew amidst unbelievable dangers. This Snailcraft joins the very same slow-flying phylosophy with state-of-the-art technology: passengers will be able to fly so slow, sooo slow that boredom will prevail, a healthy alternative to everyday's frenzy. Among its peculiar features, toilets have a transparent floor, so users can aim at targets of their choice.

Thursday, October 26, 2006


This Fishcraft is the byproduct of past technologies, but due to its fairly romantic appearance, it has aroused the interest of scores of passengers and the suspicious comments of a few. Fishcraft tours offers cheap and uncomfortable trips to and from different locations which seldom are those requested by its paying passengers. It often happens that stowaways are those who decide its course and destination, but, so far, just a handful of complaints have been filed against the company.
Originally designed for FuBon Art Foundation (Taiwan) this craft now operates independently on this blog.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006


Well, this is me. In person I mean.
I hope I don't disturb anyone if I look around a bit?
There are important tasks to be achieved, dreams to be fulfilled, jobs to be done.
As I'm a bit hungry I would like to invite you to have tea and pasta al pesto with me now.
While we eat, would you mind to tell me a story?
I greatly appreciate it. Thank you

Thursday, October 19, 2006


An image designed for a Beauty Saloooooon in Milano.
My humble contribution to the destruction of their corporate image...

Monday, October 16, 2006


Oh, this was designed together with my respectful friend, His honor Stefano Misesti. At first used for a poster for a Basque restaurant "El Gordo", it's later been used to make a t-shirt which I haven't seen to this day.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Big Red Riding Hood

Big Red Riding Hood is a lively little girl who likes to go around the woods and harass wolves and grandmas until hunters occasionally shoot at her. She doesn't agree with this and considers herself a protected specie.
She's represented here in charcoal and oil.