19.35 m2 of dreams (175)

19.35 m2 of dreams (175)

19,35 m2 of dreams 02

02/06/2016, Salerno, Italy 🇮🇹

In yesterday’s story I talked about the exhibition in Avellino. Today I show you what the prints looked like when they were all together: a 19,35 m2 (13,02 x 1,485 m) collection of drawings made in Italy in the period 2011-2016.

Among those drawings I can clearly see my evolution: the first shy doodles when I took off from Cordoba airport on 14 July 2011, crying like a baby for having achieved what I considered a miracle ([Story 41 , Story 42]).

The drawings of 2012 show another Lucas, more confident and thirsty for knowledge, with gestures capturing more and more details of reality.

In 2013 and 2014 I was already making very wide and pronounced perspectives (which ended up leading me to spherical perspectives), with strong contrasts and a more established technique.

2015 and 2016 were years with explorations that began to combine physical reality and my surreal dreams. This language led me to new mixed compositions that come out of reality and connect with a more dreamlike, whimsical world…

But tell me dear reader…

Would you have space to hang these drawings at home?
What has been the miracle you have achieved in your life?

Good evening 🪽✈️


You can collect this post as NFT using Lens, check it out 👉🏻here 👈🏻


These daily posts written during 2023 are part of a collection aimed to celebrate my 10th year’s anniversary in Europe. I write these posts to share things that happened since 2010 when I was in Argentina, a small story during my travels in Europe, details of those moments of my life that brought me until here… You can check the full collection here.

Do you like my work? 🥰

You can help me to keep writing this content by:

Every support is very much appreciated!


2 Responses

  1. […] Preparing the prints (2) […]

  2. […] original Stani Kulechov (one of the creators of Lens and AAVE) collected this post of mine on Lenster. After collecting on Lenster he also commented on my tweet. Although Stani collected my art several […]

Comments are closed.