(Roma, 1951) Italian artist, he began to paint under the guidance of Gianfranco Baruchello and Arturo Schwarz, his first gallerist. Since the seventies he has exhibited in Italy and abroad. In the eighties and nineties he made numerous avant-garde comics such as Caffeina d’Europa, one of the first graphic novels. His production developed under the banner of contamination between genres, art and applied arts, according to a design approach, both manual and mental, typical of the laboratory. The result is an idea of the artist as an all-round creator and inventor (painting, ceramics, illustration, comics, writing, video), indifferent to the boundaries and hierarchies that usually tend to compress creativity. His work has been featured in countless publications and solo exhibitions around the world.