About the mood-board:
Imagine for a second that you are back in the 60's, driving an Alfa Romeo Spider with your gorgeous girlfriend to one of Italy's most beautiful beaches in Costa di Amalfi. when you are arriving you can start to feel the fresh air when you breathe, and when you finally getting close to the coast you can see how some small boats start to fill your view of the beach.
Later you decide to go fishing into one of these boats and share some time together and inside some of what you've caught you can see a cuttlefish, that you decide to liberate after being amused of how its colors changed. After that, resting some time you both can feel how the waves from the Mediterranean sea gently waft the boat while drinking some wine (because why not?) and between all the things you can have in a train of thought you remember from an ancient geek class the story of Poseidon (God of the seas) Aphrodite (goddess of beauty) and the Nymph of Slamacis ( that somehow is a representation of duality, or "duetto"). Spending time with your girlfriend you can notice how much you are in love with her, eyes, her hair swinging with the air.
At the end of the day, you pick up all your things and decide to go back home once again taking the same road from where you came, accelerating in your small convertible alfa before the sun goes down, and while you can watch the sunset over the coast full of sailboats you can't help to think something like "I wish I could take all of this experience back home and have it everyday".
Coming back to real life, it's been said that when you buy a car, your'e buying a story, created by designers and built by a team of automotive engineers, and you're not just paying for a 4-wheeled object to go from point A to point B, but you're paying for all what it means, all the story that lays behind it and all the emotions that you can create with it.
So, following the moodboard's train of thought, I'll let the next sketches express all the emotions that they represent.