The art work
The perspective lines of the trailer interior (calculated considering the average man's height, 170cm) are lengthened in depth till they join together, creating a shape that recall a Möbius strip, merging the image of the street, ethernal travel companion of every truck driver, and a synthetic representation of the sea, one of the most common and evocative panoramas of the peninsula.
This imaginary interior is crowded by fishes and chicks - to give an idea of tranquillity, harmony, safety and protection for the most fragile beings for excellence - fluctuating in a space impossible to define if filled with water or air, thing that creates a further dreamlike atmosphere.
As usual in my works, I draw the picture with both hands, linking each one to the functional characteristics of the corresponding cerebral hemisphere. So that the black part is drawn with the right hand and corresponds to the left cerebral hemisphere: no proportions, no perspective, a lot of visual detail, rational part home of the ego. The red one is drawn with the left hand (right hemisphere): 3D representation, synthetic, dreamer and creative side.
See more about this practice, fromalized in "The Self-drawing Brain Project", here: http://www.be.net/gallery/The-Self-drawing-Brain/923519