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On a cobalt blue night, before the architectural phrasing of the Doge’s Palace, an immobile moon listens to the desperate song of mutant Wolverine. 

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Kevin Costner/Dances with Wolves’ eyes shine in the middle of a vintage look painting/poster in which we smell the scent of the forest and of freedom.

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The fire fighters, the police officers, the ordinary people who fought off sleep and resisted fatigue to save even a single life are the true heroes of September 11.

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The child’s thoughtful sweetness and Altolanguirre’s love poems create the magic of an unrepeatable moment on wood.

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Eva, old as the world; Eve, in Prevért’s immortal verses. The colours of fruit encounter living wood, becoming graphics and motion.

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The desolate powerlessness of Americans after September 11. But they have no time to sit around nursing their wounds: nobody stands by idle.

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The melancholic beauty and cruel end of James Dean in a heart-breaking black and white portrait on strips of wood with iron railings and fragments.

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Dylan Dog’s clarinet seems to bring back from the past the figure of an archaic bishop, custodian of a St. Mark’s carved with sacred symbols.

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What is Spiderman doing hanging upside-down in his spider web in St. Mark’s Square during the Carnival of Venice? Close encounters… of what kind?

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In the “woods” collection, an intense portrait of university professor and adventurer Indiana Jones featuring typical icons from his film posters.

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In a mystic Venice seen in perspective view, the tone-on-tone hues of Batman against the Doge’s Palace, the charm of a Mask and a stone Lion. 

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The liquid gold of day rapidly gives way to the deep blue of night on the lagoon. Catwoman is the queen of cats. But what is she doing in Venice?

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The enchantment of snow in Venice, and greyish blue hues veiled with purple that project the power of The Thing in warm hues of ochre ad orange. 

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In the silence of a night with a full moon, only the blowing of two ion thrusters, recording the presence of an Iron Man enchanted by the beauty of Venice.

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Zagor strides forward, tomahawk in hand. A mask and a crow appear frightened of something. What’s going on in the mists of the Giants’ Staircase? 

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Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky, symbol of redemption and the American dream, in a moving and communicative portrait on irregular wood.

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The art of illustration, film poster graphics, and vintage wood and iron contribute expressive power to the portrayal of the legendary cyborg.

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Tonto, played by Johnny Depp in The Lone Ranger, portrayed in acrylic on multi-coloured overlapping wooden boards with a vintage western flavour. 
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