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  • Today, I'm going to begin a new work for Cowbird (renamed ClawBird, for the occasion): "The hundred and twenty nights of Sodom."
    The cycle will be composed of ten drawings for each sign (sometime, they will be just drawings, stories, other times metaphores o likes parts of a single book, a sigle film, and maybe all these things together or nothing of above tells).

    The Mars Way

    There was this beast, that lived on a solid rock, a lime's drift, dung and different debris (among these, there was even the mother who had given him birth). A warrior, studing his nature, had subjugated him surrounding him with a cage. Indeed, the bars of this one were large enough, and it would have been sufficient that the beast turned his head to let him to go out and escape. But the beast was proud and he never turned his head. And years went by.


    Da Oggi inizierò un nuovo lavoro su Cowbird (per l'occasione rinominato ClawBird): "Le centoventi notti di Sodoma"
    Il ciclo sarà di dieci disegni per ogni segno (a volte saranno solo disegni, storie, altre metafore o come le parti di un unico libro, un unico film, e forse tutte queste cose assieme e nulla di quanto detto)

    Dalla parte di Marte

    "C'era questa bestia, viveva su una roccia solida, un cumulo di calce, sterco e vari detriti (fra cui la madre che l'aveva partorita). Un guerriero, studiandone la natura, l'aveva soggiogata circondandola con una gabbia. Invero le sbarre di quest'ultima erano abbastanza larghe, e sarebbe bastato che la bestia avesse girato lievemente la testa, per poter uscire e scappare. La bestia era orgogliosa e non girava mai la testa. Gli anni passavano"
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