Dario Maglionico












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.


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