An imaginary house

In these past few years my love for design has intensified and even though I am far away from being an expert, I love to spend some time on lifestyle blogs or design catalogues to take inspiration. I like to imagine my future home and how I’d like to decorate it with pieces of furniture….

Where are you going?

    I have always loved train stations. And I have always equally loved trains. I don’t know why, it is the sensation of being on the move, of traveling somewhere, of holiday and happy moments. Waiting your train at the train station is a still moment: one of those moments where you are full…

This love

Intensity. Passion. Love. Destruction. Grief. Desperation. Two lovers are kissing each other, fervently. They are lost into each other, there is no world outside; there are no obligations; there are no problems; there is nothing else except each other’s lips. They are inside, in a dark room; only a small window lets some light come…

Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe

Paris, 1863. Edouard Manet presented his artwork, ‘Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe’, at the Salon. His artwork was rejected: it was too scandalous and shocking for the Empire. Why? Look, a naked woman is looking directly at the viewer, with a provoking gaze. The other two men act as if everything appeared normal: a casual picnic with…

Quelli che vanno – Those who leave

Travelling, moving forward, doing things: the essence of life. People don’t stand still, people move, change, improve. Colorful thunderbolts lit up the painting, giving a sense of fast movement, like the vision of a landscape when you are on a speedy train. You look out of the window and you see those tall trees, that…

Yellow-Red-Blue

  Like two contrasting worlds: on the right left, light and hope; on the right side, dark and desperation. A miniature of life: happiness and joy; darkness and depression. Two contrasting worlds that coexist and mix: there is always melancholy in ecstatic moments because we know that, that moment will vanish, sooner or later; there…