I’m 20 years old, I graduated from the architecture institute of my home-town, Parma. At the moment I’m studying management engineering. I’m fascinated by everything rational: mathematics, physics, chemistry, and so on. I’ve never studied arts and this is the proof of what I believe in: art must not to be studied, it needs to be spontaneously appreciated, it doesn’t require complex notions. It is pure instinct, as maths is. Its aim is to amaze by providing emotions, feelings. It doesn’t matter if they’re negative or positive, that’s the artist’s competence. But a work of art which doesn’t astonish for its beauty, doesn’t make the spectator neither laugh nor cry, can’t be considered as such. I like laughing and I appreciate people who make me laugh. Making somebody smile is a great form of satisfaction, and this is what I feel when I create my art. I like laughing and I appreciate people who make me laugh. Making somebody smile is a great form of satisfaction, and this is what I try to do with my art pieces. Irony is an incredible weapon, Winston Churchill certainly knew about it. Art is not limited to frames and paintings, there’s art also in cooking, even in solving a math problem or in programming an application. Art exists and it’s in front of us every single day, but we don’t realize it. I believe that the boundary between art and engineering doesn’t exist, as one is fuelled by the other. Logic and Irony, like Winston.