Honoured to be featured in Beware, it is an online magazine about urban culture, design and lifestyle offering you fresh daily news, trends and dangerously addictive. Tnx for enjoy my art!


I recently been interviewed by Laura D'Adamo (editor-in-chief) for Makemehappytoday. It is a protected area where the artist may find a fertile ground to grow, the youngster their outlet and projects an added value. Our day is created hour by hour, minute by minute and second by second in the constant search of a more or less utopian happiness. Tnx again MMHT!


I joined the art group exhibition "Segno(Photography, Illustration, Fashion) 11/11/2011, during the presentation of  Mezzomagazine new issue, at Ottovolte a suggestive restaurant in Francavilla al Mare. The Artists: Giorgio Liddo, Barbara Tucci, Claudia Ferri, Andrea Straccini, Daniela d’Arielli, Francesco Millo Giorgino, Flavio Melchiorre, Luciano D’Andreagiovanni and Augusto Tarantola. Djset by Andrea Gabriele (Clap Rules).

In to the Grove!

The Grove team recently sent me a photo from a field trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Sauvie Island to celebrate Halloween. If you want to enjoy their energy, check out Grove website and take a look at their awesome products. Tnx again guys for your amazing work and for supporting my art! 

Featured in Taschen Diary+Calendar 2012

I just received my own copy of Taschen's  Diary + Tear-off Calendar 2012 from Illustration Now!3 serie. It's a real honor to be involved for the second year in a row in this project. 

Roses EP/ The Silures (Citizen Records)

I was commissioned by Citizen Records to create an illustration for the new EP by The Silures (Vitalic + Linda Lamb & Mount Sims), titled "Roses". It will be released in November 2011). Citizen Records is a french music label, based in Dijon founded by the electronic music artist Vitalic .

Next Exit!

Honoured to be published in the current issue of Next Exit magazine (october 2011 - n°90) with Cover, interview+poster (a central double page with an artwork by my recent project "Optical Vision"). Next Exit is an Italian monthly magazine about art, culture and communication. Big Thanks to Arianna Paquale (Coordinator) for featuring my art in this magazine! What's next? :)


"Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything, all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important". (Steve Jobs)

Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American computer entrepreneur and inventor. He was co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc.

The Creators Project

Tnx to Cynthia Lu and The Creators Project crew for featured my work in their blog (Gallery:Week 15) with a nice review of my Optical Vision and CArts tutorial projects.

The Creators Project is a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, culture and technology. At a time in the history of the arts where digital technology has revolutionized distribution, democratized access, and re-imagined the scope and scale with which an artist can create a vision and reach an audience, The Creators Project is a new kind of arts and culture channel for a new kind of world, born from a partnership between Intel and Vice. Together the two companies met over a shared passion for art and creativity, and a common belief that there was a better way of elevating artists and supporting new work with them. For both Intel and Vice, status quo is simply not good enough.

Computer Arts #193 / Tutorial

I was commissioned by Computer Arts magazine (Future Publishing) to make a tutorial on how to create a repeating pattern with a specific workflow or technique benefit. This tutorial is available on the new #193 issue (October 2011) out now! Computer Arts is the leading world's best-selling magazine for designers, illustrators and creative professionals.

Interviewed by STAF Magazine!

Few time ago I was interviewed by Juan José Moya (Director) of  STAF Magazine. It's a free independent magazine and publishing house based in Málaga (Spain), focus on independent culture, surf & skate board culture, art, music, photography, books...since 1997. 

Keith Haring: the Milwaukee Mural

The National Archaeological Museum of Abruzzo  "La Civitella" in Chieti is hosting an exhibition that reflects on the relationship between contemporary and ancient art. It is highlighted by a colossal work – thirty meters long and two and a half meters high – made by the U.S. artist Keith Haring in 1983 to celebrate the opening of  the Haggerty Museum in Milwaukee.

And so, until 19 February 2012, for the first time in Italy – thanks to the collaboration with the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art – we will be able to see the twenty-four wooden panels executed by the artist in April 1983, magnificent works which condensate all the figurative language of his original and personalised iconography. 

Mural of Milwaukee is a great masterpiece, painted on both sides. On one side, there is an uninterrupted sequence of crawling babies at the top, while at the bottom there is a series of barking dogs. On the other side of the wall, the narration is more complex and animated with different characters, icons of Haring’s poetics: dancing figures inspired to break-dancers, among which there is a television with wings, a dog and a man with a snake’s head. In the centre of the mural there is a dancer who has a television for his head with the number 83 drawn on the monitor, while on the right, another symbolic image of the graffiti genius stands out: the face with three eyes sticking its tongue out. 

“The mural has been given particular importance because it was realised at the beginning of the artist’s career when his style reflected all the freshness of the drawings of New York’s underground” – explains Curtis L. Carter in the exhibition catalogue, evoking those frantic days of realisation of the work.

Maibaic / custom fixed

At last! it's now available. Check out the full project. Enjoy it!

Skin djset at Humani!

Absolutely amazing performance by Skin last night at Humani (Contemporary Music Festival) in Pescara. A lot of people, a lot of sounds, a wonderful location (Aurum) and a special guest Dj! Tnx Skin, hope see you soon, also with Skunk Anansie!

Maibaic (preview#2)

As I promised, here's some photos of Maibaic collabo from the 4°Festival Culture Giovani (4thYouth Culture Festival) sponsored by Soha/Pescara. Stay tuned for the full project review!

Univers coloré - Fubiz!

Honoured to be featured on Fubiz with a massive showcase. Fubiz is a platform focused on issues of world graphic, urban culture, products, trends and digital arts. A Daily dose of inspiration!

Ever higher!

After two years, i came back on the Franchetti Refuge (2433 m) on the amazing Gran Sasso d'Italia. It's always a challenge, but once reached the top I wouldn't want to get down. Enjoy it! in trend!

Honoured to be featured in Stylesight Blog. My hypnotic work was presented as a new trend! Stylesight "the most trusted name in trend", providing world-class content, tools and technology for creative professionals in the style and design industries, combines accurate forecasting and expert trend research with cutting edge-technology to make the creative journey faster, more efficient and cost-effective - the industry's first and only “Creative Platform.”


Really happy for this cool interview! Tnx to Staisey Divorski (Director of Content) and all Ganzo team (from L.A.) for enjoy my work. As an international community of bloggers, journalists, photographers, videographers, foodies, and design gurus they map the best of Italy beyond its borders. Featuring rising chefs, innovative architects and new tech products we focus on the timeless quality of Italian style. Original and beautiful, this uniqueness is difficult to summarize in one word, so we call it simply ganzo. GANZO (Italian slang): Cool, beautiful, original, the best. 

Maibaic (preview)

I recently worked on a funny project (a special custom bike) for a cool brandnu called MAIBAIC. Now it will be exhibited along with other models, during the summer in various location. I'll show more info and photos asap, Stay tuned!

Optical Vision!

I'm exploring new forms of application of my modular abstraction research. This is the beginning of a trial that will evolve with my new agent in Asia: Justin Chan (Photography and Management). Enjoy my new project!

FRESH: Cutting Edge Illustrations!

Tnx to Slanted+Magma BrandDesign for featuring my work in their new editorial project "FRESH: Cutting Edge Illustrations". It is a groundbreaking collection of contemporary illustration from around the world, presenting a wide range of styles and techniques. Hundreds of successful projects from brand-new faces to star illustrators are featured in this series of three books. You can buy a single title: Object, Public, Print!  or the entire collection FRESH BOX

The Doors of Perception

Inspired by the psychedelic book "The Doors of Perception" written by Aldous Huxley (1954). Enjoy the complete project on my behance!

Nice to meet you!

A few time ago I made this amazing business card with my artwork printed in Silver Hot Stamping on Paper Plike Black. You can see the results here

Wesseltoft Schwarz Duo

Good vibrations tonight with BuggeWesseltoft & HenrikSchwarz -  Live at Humani 2011 (Contemporary Music Festival) in Chieti , Italy. Their music inspired my hypnotic dreams! Thank you guys!

We're in WeAr Global Magazine!

Tnx to Michaela Schmidinger (Editor at Large) at WeAr Global Magazine for featured my Grove's Ipad Skin in issue n°27 - WeAr is the leading global fashion trade and trend magazine. WeAr Global Magazine is couture meets leisurewear: a symbiosis of art and fashion. This amazing Trendbook is distributed globally and available in 8 languages! English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Russian. WeAr is only focused on the very best!

Out Now! my DS3!

Citroën is now launching my creation, finally available in the new summer collection 2011. In this photo you can see it applied to this new color "Hickory". Take a look on citroen's official facebook. Do you like it? 


I've lost touch with reality following a psychedelic rabbit into the wild! Enjoy it!

Fauna&Flora on Canvas!

Here an amazing big print of my artwork "Fauna&Flora" (2009), high quality printed canvas (55x39 inch - 140x100 cm), made for a private commission! If you want it too, please just ask! Enjoy and buy it!

Bodino RF Mouse x El Corte Inglés

My new product RF Mouse by Bodino is now available to buy at El Corte Inglés!

The radio-controlled mouse possesses an optical sensor that can function either at 800 or 1600dpi, and which ensures for an exceptionally precise resolution – either at home or whilst on the move. The tiny golden receiver can be connected easily to a USB port and can be conveniently stored within the mouse when not in use. One AAA battery is included in the package. Energy-saving technology is employed, supported by an on/off switch for when the mouse is not needed. A hidden LED light will give an early signal for whenever the battery needs to be changed. Measurements: 103 x 58 x 30 mm.

Money can't buy life

30 years ago Bob Marley died (1946-1981). The last words he spoke were to his son Ziggy. They were 'Money can't buy life'. This artwork i made in 2008 was inspired by his words. We miss you Bob , R.I.P. - online interview!

Tnx to Annalisa Varesi (web editor) for invited me to share my story on (Mondadori editore) with this
online interview!

Interviewed by Vario!

Tnx to all Vario's staff for this nice interview featured in the issue n°74. Vario is a monthly magazine dedicated to urban reality, costume, history, tourism, art and culture of my region "Abruzzo". (photo by: C.Carella)

Dazed and Hypnotized on StatusMag!

Tnx to all StatusMag staff for featured my Hypnotic Dream with this nice article.
Status Mag is a full size bi-monthly magazine focused on inspiring the next generation.

Featured in Desktop Magazine

Established nearly 25-years ago, Desktop (from Melbourne, Australia) is a respected (but still playful!) industry leader in all above-mentioned communication avenues, covering news, events, profiles, inspirations, technical processes, challenges, products and services and in a vast array of creative fields including print, photography, animation, fashion, typography, packaging, digital media, web design, post-production, illustration, gaming design and more. DESKTOP: design & digital culture.

Hypnotic Dream!

Enjoy my new hypnotic series, personal project about modular abstractions / - Zoom!

Featured in Accessories Magazine

Tnx to Nicole Philip (Fashion Editor of Accessories Magazine) for featured my Grove Ipad case. Accessories Magazine is the leading fashion trade publication in the accessories industry, serving the $30 billion accessories industry, Accessories is the leading fashion trade publication and an invaluable tool for absolutely everyone in the industry. Accessories is published 6 times a year (January, March, May, June, August and November) during market months and crucial buying periods. Follow AM on twitter!

Featured in Computer Arts 186!

I’ve been featured in this months issue (186) of Computer Arts (UK) in the Exposure section. Thanks to Luke O’Neill (Deputy Art Editor) and all CArts staff. Computer Arts, the world’s best-selling magazine for digital artists and designers, boasts a strong line-up of tutorials every issue, covering everything from manipulating photographs withPhotoshop to creating amazing vector illustrations with Illustrator.

Happy 150th Anniversary of the unification of Italy

In 1861, after the wars waged against the Austrians and once the Garibaldi expedition to Sicily was completed, the long period of political and military fights leading Italy to unification was over. On the 17th March of that year the national unity was proclaimed in Torino, which became the first capital city of Italy.

During the Risorgimento (The Resurgence), the city took in the exiles from all over the country. They had developed a common unitarian aspiration and here they designed the political strategy that would result into the unification of the country. Therefore, the new history of Italy, indipendent and united, initiated from Torino on the 17th March one and a half century ago. The city would be the capital for four years until 1865, when the centrality of the Government of the Kingdom moved to Florence. Rome became the final capital city, from 1871, when the unification of the country was fully completed.

iPad2 Grove Cases & Skins

After six months of prototyping, Grove is pleased to announce the release of two new iPad 2 accessories to join their existing line of hand crafted bamboo iPhone4 cases. The first option, a hard back case, merges a bamboo back and a customizable leather smart cover and is now available for pre​​order. The second, an engraved bamboo iPad skin, ad heres to the back of the iPad pro viding protection and style, and is available now.

Tnx Joe and all Grove's team for invited me to join in this new amazing line!

Featured: Novum Plus 3/11

Thank you to Bettina Schulz (Editor in chief), Susanne Schaller (Journalist) and all the Novum staff (from Germany) for invited me to share my work in this amazing magazine! This is the double page in Novum Plus 3/11 illustration issue. Read the article in pdf format!

January doodle for Enquire!

Tnx to Luca Taccardi (editor at Enquire) for invited me to design the january doodle, inspired by the winter cold and by the ice, a sort of cave full of stalactites and stalagmites that reflect the pop colors. Enquire is "just another magazine" about design, archicteture, music, art, photography, trends and much more.