Weeks ago I just told you half of the story.
After my weekend in Turin, I took a train to get to Padova, because another amazing concert was waiting for me there.
When I heard that Hundred Waters were playing at MAME Club I thought it was a joke, but when I checked, tickets were actually available.
13.50€… seriously? Again, I thought it was probably fake.
So I did what everyone would do, I googled it and it turned out it was actually true: how could I not go?
First and only one date in Italy.
I had to.
So that’s what I did, I took my backpack and went there. No regret.
The opening band was HÅN, I didn’t know her music and it was a very pleasant discover.
Then Hundred Waters, one of my favorite bands started playing.
What happened was both unexpected and beautiful.
Well, I took some days off recently. Everyday life has been swallowing me and I just did not notice it, until I realized it all of a sudden. Luckily I have some good friends that drag me out of my cave and away from work whenever I need it. I’m glad to introduce you to my crew, eheh.
So, with these lovely people up here, I’ve been roaming a little in Turin. Turned out to be a quite cold but peaceful long weekend. All the streets were already decorated with some cool light installation. Of course the space/constellation decorations caught my attention quite immediately.
Well, to be honest it became peaceful right after the Club 2 Club concert on Friday: did I mention that I was there for a pretty big concert? I bet you aren’t surprised at all, eheh. I was there mostly to see Bonobo and Nicolas Jaar live.
One of the things I like the most, is to get lost trough the streets of cities I don’t know that much. Well, Bologna is not an unknown place to me but since I never lived there, it still taste a little bit like there’s always something new you’re about to discover around that corner or the other one and somehow that’s exactly what happened. While I was wandering with my friend, the poster you can see here above my words got our attention. This is how I got to know the Cheap Festival.
Hey hey, there I am.
Happy Xmas, happy new year, happy everything.
Did you already signed your list of good intentions for this newborn year?
Well, with or without a list, I can feel that I really needed these holidays. I got back to work full of energy and new ideas and I really hope that you might feel the same right now.
During this pause, to be honest, I worked a lot with my head and my hands. If you are following my pages and newsletter you will see a lot of new works published, hopefully. I’m getting everything ready these days, like choosing frames, taking pictures and so on… you know, all those things that usually orbit around the pure artwork.
In the meanwhile anyway, I took some pictures and while they pile up, I’m starting to see them getting a somekind of shape, naturally linking to themselves and giving a meaning to each other.
Ever said “Don’t trash it because it will be useful one day”?
This is what is happening with my photos.
They are slowly giving life to new topics, in their own way.
It is a beautiful sensation that I sincerely struggle to explain. 🙂
Hey there everyone!
Finally I am writing my first post here on my website.
First of all I really hope that you like it and if you have any comment, tip or thoughts of any kind, really, feel free to share: every opinion is much appreciated.
Switching rapidly to the true topic, I mostly care about sharing with you my new works. 😀
If you are following me on my Instagram and Facebook, you will know that I’ve been in Denmark for a couple of weeks, in particular Copenhagen and Vejby Strand.
Instead of souvenirs, what I brought back home are photos and some works. 🙂
To be honest I think I still have some other raw pictures, so I hope to be able to work on them soon.
Have you ever visited Denmark? Do you like to travel?
Let me know in the comments what is your best memory you have from one of your travels. 🙂