Works arising from stories or stories resulting works. Narratives are a form of design that uses as support the imagined time and displays on the lived time, a testimony or a scene that proves that story.
The lines that often arise from the tour of a pencil or the modeling of a lead wire is the one of the three. Stamps and edges of cut or shaped materials are also lines. Hairs, and even a narrative endorse their formal use.
Mutations among palm trees, bottles and female bodies, or mouths, puddles and coloured mists transcribe possible connections in the field of words. Visions, rather. As if visions of William Blake were to be granted to a mortal.
From this point on, investigations are present to question the similarity of a pencil with a knife or a pencil with the stamp. The relationship between transparency and opaque paper, matte and glossy. Printing, bringing to existence the edge of things, the edge of bodies.