(Milan 1974) Versatile Artist and Pro 3D Street Paiter.
During and after his academic studies, he focused and then specialized on various graphic and artistic disciplines.
At first, he had worked in decoration, animated cartoons, traditional and digital illustrations, photography and video. Then, he developed his career in new media, such as animated web contents, video editing, VFX, animation-working as supervisor and producer for animated films, theme songs, music videos, advertisings in partnership with MTV, Sony, Universal, Warner Music Italy, Dolce&Gabbana, Hp, Unilever, IBM, Adobe, Oracle, Goggle, YouTube, Haineken, Jwt, McCann Erickson, Ogilvy & Mather, Cartier, Rai and Rai Cinema.
Since 1992, he has made his Art Works the main focus of his career and since 1994 he has begun to experience his passion for the Street Art: he first experienced Graffiti Art and later decided to follow the ancient Italian tradition of Madonnari Art (pavement artist). He constantly practiced it, until street art became his real passion, investigating the depth of 3D anamorphic drawing and technique, becoming his main professional activity, performed since 2009 during the main 3D festivals in the World and, thanks to his skills, he collected several awards.
He has then produced commissions throughout Europe, the Mediterranean basin, Russia, the United States, Latin America, Thailand, China, the Middle East and South Africa.
His “3d streetpainting” works have been commissioned by some major advertising agencies and companies including: Disney, Universal Cinema, Luxottica, Amazon, Coca-Cola,, Samsung, Unilever, Save the Children, Expo Milano 2015, Tiffany&Co and many more.
At present, as street painter, he has taken part in more than 200 events of different nature. He was the first artist to combine experimenting with Anamorphic 3d Art and animated video with video-mapping. Some of his performances have been shown in three different “Biennials of Art” and others “Contemporary Art Exhibitions”. Two of his works as a “Madonnaro” are stored in the “Basilica of the Nativity” in Bethlehem and in the one of the “Virgin of Guadalupe” located in Mexico City.