Mini Interview with DARIO MAGLIONICO: Your childhood ambition: In my childhood I’ve been drawing flying machines and spreading wires and pulleys around at home. I would have liked to become an engineer, and it happened. Something you treasure: Friends’ drawings. Your worst habit: Postponing and deferring. The aspect of your work that’s most important to you: How a work turns out in its evolution, I’m not really used to following early sketches or ideas. Your first job: Serving and drinking beers. Someone whose work you highly recommend: I’d say Markus Schinwald actually. See more of Dario Maglionico’s work here.