By Stefano Furlani
To be born and to grow up in Fano means to live in symbiosis with the sea and its stony, sandy shores. And one of the most amusing games in there, is the research of little stones of unusual shapes, similar to something or someone.
As a father, tied to traditions, I passed down this exciting passion to my son Davide, when he was three. Quickly fascinated by what nature can give, and with the right amount of imagination, he did his best finding such particular stones with strange geometry. By assembling them together, under the beach umbrella, we have started creating compositions more and more detailed and complex. The problem was, that after making them we’d have to watch them being destroyed at dusk.
Losing these, what for the two of us were, little artworks led me to the idea to put the stones on a wooden base, making them become real pictures.