From now on I will post all material related to running on this new website: Running Comics. The rule is: one training/race = one drawing. – D’ora in poi tutto il materiale relativo al running lo metterò sul novo sito Running Comics. La regola è: un allenamento/gara = un disegno.
It’s about an year and a half that I started running a bit seriously. It’ s important to have a log of all your trainings, so to check improvements or setbacks. I started making sketches for all my trainings, recording highlights of the day or just physical feelings. Click here to see my Visual Running Log at Rifondazione Podistica‘s website. - E’ da circa un anno e mezzo che ho cominciato a correre un po’ sul serio. E’ importante fare un diario di tutti gli allenamenti, in modo da verificare miglioramenti e passi indietro. Ho cominciato a disegnare vignette per tutti i miei allenamenti, immortalando i fatti del giorno o semplicemente sensazioni fisiche. Cliccare qui per vedere il mio Visual Running Log, pubblicato anche sul sito di Rifondazione Podistica.
See also Roma Ostia Half Marathon.
Along with my partners F. and C. Perilli, I designed an eight storey residential building in Rome. Concrete structure was completed in july 2010. Design team included E. Vatteroni and G. Terzulli. Together we made a navigational system that shows the whole building by means of panoramic renders and animations. Below are some static renders.
Here is a link to the Real Estate that manages the apartments.
Last Friday I went with my daughter Anna to Forte Prenestino, at the Crack! indipendent comic Festival. She came with some handmade puppets to sell and comics to show. I came with some copies of a book I made out of the Zymachi illustrated synopsis, book available in a online bookshop. Needlees to say that my daughter’s puppets went sold out!
Crack!, indipendent international comic Festival is back for the sixth time, held as usual in the dungeons of Forte Prenestino, Roma, from June 17th to 20th. Theme of the year is HATE + LOVE (watch “Interference“, my personal rendition on the subject). Below are some of the flyers.
Below, a brief interview on Crack! philosophy (in italian).
I was born in Naples… No, I was born on the Vomero, the plow shaped hill that overlooks Partenope. Up to my teenage, Vomero satisfied all my needs, and I could neglect the wonderful, violent city that laid at my feet. But life has it’s bends, as the roads that crawl up the hill, and the straightest way to ask forgiveness to the beautiful Mermaid, was to stalk the endless stairs of Petraio, silent at night. I made these drawings in 1985, in my “half punk” period.