Tackle Zero is the slow, disconnected and full of gaps evolution of a classic artistic path. Since he was a
child he draws and colors; at the first elementary and middle schools, his teachers noticed more than
himself and his parents the inherent artistic skills in a distracted child! Their advice was to undertake
artistic institutes, but he himself decided to undertake something else and shortly, after middle school,
drawing and painting ended up as old and boring toys taking cobwebs in a dark and dusty attic. Time
passed and art was never discussed again for decades, when around the year 2006/2007 he accidentally
went in via Premuda, at the skatepark in Reggio Emilia and there he saw closely, for the first time, a
spectacular graffiti of the Reggio-Emilia writer Evyl and he fell in love with it, he spent all evening looking
at it and a familiar but at the same time new enthusiasm moved inside him, because past memories on
drawing were suppressed. After that day he decided to try, but since he had no PC nor the internet, he
had to make do with something else, he started to draw as much as he could and bought sprays at the
ironmongery, he went to the walls and he tried! At the beginning it was hard, then the memories slowly
came out and he just understood that he was more inclined to start drawing real life with the spray,
rather than letters, even there, it was very difficult, but he saw results and improvements as he
continued. He experimented a bit of everything, from the brush to the stencil, but what he has always
preferred is the spray, everything is always drawn by hand, only in this way he could improve technically!
Time passed and between highs and lows, mistakes, everything to be redone, pauses of reflection more
or less long, etc., we arrive today; today, become Tackle Zero, he learned only a simple and obvious thing
from all his chaotic artistic path: that one never ceases to improve.”
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