Iscream takes ispiration from Berlin’s photo booth but instead of having a cabin, it’s a simple urban fabric which in return for 0,20 €, takes a picture of anyone screaming loud. The screaming sound activates the system.After that, Iscream uploads the picture into its web page.This project has been made possible by the microprocessor ARDUINO and the open-source philosophy of its community.Project developed with Mattia Geraci, Matteo Palmieri, Isato Gabriel Prugger, Karen Pessina.
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Iscream takes ispiration from Berlin’s photo booth but instead of having a cabin, it’s a simple urban fabric which in return for 0,20 €, takes a picture of anyone screaming loud. The screaming sound activates the system.After that, Iscream uploads the picture into its web page.This project has been made possible by the microprocessor ARDUINO and the open-source philosophy of its community.Project developed with Mattia Geraci, Matteo Palmieri, Isato Gabriel Prugger, Karen Pessina.
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Iscream takes ispiration from Berlin’s photo booth but instead of having a cabin, it’s a simple urban fabric which in return for 0,20 €, takes a picture of anyone screaming loud. The screaming sound activates the system.
After that, Iscream uploads the picture into its web page.
This project has been made possible by the microprocessor ARDUINO and the open-source philosophy of its community.
Project developed with Mattia Geraci, Matteo Palmieri, Isato Gabriel Prugger, Karen Pessina.

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I made the artwork for the italian band Gouton Rouge during the spring of 2014, on the occasion of their new album release, “Carne”. To represent what the music and the lyrics express, such as carnality, passion and disenchantment, I’ve used, for all the artworks, warm colours rich in magenta. The digipack and the poster inside represent a stylised detail of the muscle fibers of the female body.The poster with the tower came after the album release. It’s the result of a further research in sailor’s tattoos, all mixed with a touch of tipography.All the artworks are made by myself except for the tower, illustrated by Giorgio De Marinis.
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I made the artwork for the italian band Gouton Rouge during the spring of 2014, on the occasion of their new album release, “Carne”. To represent what the music and the lyrics express, such as carnality, passion and disenchantment, I’ve used, for all the artworks, warm colours rich in magenta. The digipack and the poster inside represent a stylised detail of the muscle fibers of the female body.The poster with the tower came after the album release. It’s the result of a further research in sailor’s tattoos, all mixed with a touch of tipography.All the artworks are made by myself except for the tower, illustrated by Giorgio De Marinis.
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I made the artwork for the italian band Gouton Rouge during the spring of 2014, on the occasion of their new album release, “Carne”. To represent what the music and the lyrics express, such as carnality, passion and disenchantment, I’ve used, for all the artworks, warm colours rich in magenta. The digipack and the poster inside represent a stylised detail of the muscle fibers of the female body.The poster with the tower came after the album release. It’s the result of a further research in sailor’s tattoos, all mixed with a touch of tipography.All the artworks are made by myself except for the tower, illustrated by Giorgio De Marinis.
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I made the artwork for the italian band Gouton Rouge during the spring of 2014, on the occasion of their new album release, “Carne”. To represent what the music and the lyrics express, such as carnality, passion and disenchantment, I’ve used, for all the artworks, warm colours rich in magenta. The digipack and the poster inside represent a stylised detail of the muscle fibers of the female body.
The poster with the tower came after the album release. It’s the result of a further research in sailor’s tattoos, all mixed with a touch of tipography.
All the artworks are made by myself except for the tower, illustrated by Giorgio De Marinis.

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For the project BAGPACKit was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and as a souvenir of Milan.Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.
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For the project BAGPACKit was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and as a souvenir of Milan.Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.
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For the project BAGPACKit was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and as a souvenir of Milan.Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.
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For the project BAGPACKit was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and as a souvenir of Milan.Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.
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For the project BAGPACKit was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and as a souvenir of Milan.Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.
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For the project BAGPACK
it was developed a detailed map of Milan with all the places to visit for the best independent music, such as shops, current events, concert places and clubs. It is an ongoing project as new places keep opening (and others closing) and with that, the map keeps growing with the city.

Milan Bagpack is a bag, a backpack, a map that guides you through Milan’s nightlife and indie musical scene and a personal object to
express yourself. It was developed to give a new purpose to the container you always take with yourself when exploring or partying, and
as a souvenir of Milan.
Project developed with Flavia Serrão and Ruoshi Yang.

Kyube was my first university project.I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.Project developed with Flavia Serrão.
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Kyube was my first university project.I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.Project developed with Flavia Serrão.
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Kyube was my first university project.I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.Project developed with Flavia Serrão.
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Kyube was my first university project.I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.Project developed with Flavia Serrão.
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Kyube was my first university project.I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.Project developed with Flavia Serrão.
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Kyube was my first university project.
I had to create a glass without using glass or plastic, the common materials for glasses, in order to explore unconventional materials.
I chose wood, teatrapak paper and leather.
My inspiration was the japanese aesthetics used in all fields such as design and architecture but above all, the wooden skeletons and grids that sustain the walls of the traditional japanese houses, that sustain
the rice paper. I find the leather fascinating by itself but also because of the unusual relationship between the material and the concept of glass.
Project developed with Flavia Serrão.