“Arise and Be All That You Dreamed”
“Worrying about your own happiness is much less important than concerning yourself with the well being of those around you.”
"No one can hurt us like we've hurt ourselves. We're all architects of our own private hell."
"All of us have scars and they make us who we are today"
LEARN TO FORGET
“The Giant Traveling Skeleton”
Late Italian artist Gino De Dominicis was a man of mystery whose works often exhibited a surrealistic look at the human form, elongating, contracting, and distorting physical elements. His enormous sculptural piece titled Calamita Cosmica, translated as “Cosmic Magnet”, follows the multifaceted artist’s scheme of work. The 28-meter-long anomaly depicts an anatomically correct human skeleton, with the exception a pointy, beak-like nose in classic De Dominicis fashion.