Using small sharp tools of different shapes and sizes (gouges), I extract the material from the linoleum matrix following a pattern that I have previously drawn. This process produces a kind of stamp that I then print with black ink (sometimes accompanied by stealthy touches of color), most often on paper that I make myself by recycling some of the waste from paper that I produce.
Each design is a personal creation inspired, for the great majority, by the traditional world of engraving and tattooing that I like to reinterpret, and mainly oriented towards fauna and flora.
Each print is made manually, giving each print a random and therefore unique appearance.
I regularly organize introductory engraving workshops in order to share my passion with you.