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morozzi Showtime! 3d

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morozzi The Usual, Please!_Being her mother a wine seller, we use to spend a lot of evenings in wine bars, where Elena is becoming increasingly popular... Here, she is at @laciecapink whose host @michimamoli is a good friend of us. Happy weekend to everybody! 4d
  •   morozzi @kbasta she's moving her work forward: she's becoming an habitué even before start drinking thank you for liking this, K! We'll prepare a fantastic wine selection that will surely fit your tastes, when you'll come here! 2d
  •   morozzi @nvhiphoptribe ciao Nadia grazie mille!! 2d
  •   morozzi @ie_pi ciao Irene, sei sempre super carina con la mia cucciola, grazie mille!! 2d
  •   morozzi @elnon66 thank you very much, Michael! 2d
  •   morozzi @babsandstop grazie mille!! Fa troppo ridere... 2d
  •   morozzi @danielji thank you so much Daniel! 2d
  •   svotra Sounds like a promising childhood! 🍼 4h

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morozzi The Assumption of the Virgin is a fresco by the Italian Late Renaissance artist Antonio da Correggio, decorating the dome of the Cathedral of Parma, Italy. Correggio painted it between1522 and 1530. His painted space is organized around a vortex of bodies in flight, which creates a never seen before spiral, that cancels the architecture by removing the physicality of the wall structure: the characters in fact, more that seem painted on the plaster, seem to hover in the air. The illusionistic manner in which the figures seem to protrude into the spectators' space was, at the time, an audacious and astounding use of foreshortening, though the technique later became common among Baroque artists who specialized in illusionistic vault decoration. 5d
  •   nei.cruz I'm waiting Gorgeous this 4d
  •   morozzi @danielji thank you Daniel. It's really fantastic, like a proof that God exists...4d
  •   morozzi @kbasta stunning indeed! Everytime I'm in Parma I can't miss it... I'll put it in our travel plan!;) 4d
  •   morozzi @nialloleary thank you Niall! About Varesi, mmmmh, actually not, I just know that he's a journalist and a novelist... Does he worth it? 4d
  •   blucke When I first saw I thought it was a painting 4d
  •   elnon66 Glorious!!! 3d
  •   morozzi @blucke so beautiful, isn't it?! Thank you my friend for commenting it:) 3d
  •   morozzi @elnon66 definitely my friend!! An incredible work of art3d

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morozzi Yes, I Ham 5d

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morozzi Flight Simulator 6d

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morozzi The Fundamental Things Apply 1w

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morozzi I'm Bagging You 2w

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morozzi Homage to a Free Thinker_On Friday, October 10th 2014, the Milano Design Film Festival will pay tribute to my father Massimo, with a documentary about him. As an introduction to the movie, the MDFF wrote "There are meetings that leave their mark, a few hours of conversation that summarize a life of projects, dreams, successes. The one with Massimo Morozzi is one of them. The year was 2009 and he tells of a life, his own, in the showroom Edra in Milan. Projects born on an Island, among atlantic forests the color of petrol, creature-bumps that become dinosaurs, loved ones and holidays with future great designers, between ethics and provocation, empathy and humanity. The documentary is a homage to a great master, died on the 10th April 2014, that left a big empty space in the world of design."
This is probably the last portrait I took of him, with his Leica M.
Six months have passed, but I'm still learning from you. Thank you, Dad.
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  •   morozzi @t_wood thank you very much, bro! 1w
  •   morozzi @danielji oh yes indeed! It was a touching moment for me and my whole family, thank you very much my friend! 1w
  •   morozzi @80degrees @kbasta @nei.cruz thank you so much, dear friends, your kind words mean a lot to me in these days. Seeing him in a movie (and, most of all, hearing his voice) was really a touching experience. I think I'm personally going to subtitle it in english in the next future. I'd love you could see it, I'll keep you updated. Thanks again and big hugs to you all.1w
  •   morozzi @omniamundamundis Davide, grazie mille per il tuo commento, ho davvero apprezzato... Più passa il tempo, più mi rendo conto di cosa mi ha lasciato, e più sono orgoglioso... Mi onora che tu lo voglia vedere! Nei prossimi giorni capirò se posso caricarlo su un vimeo o youtube, ti farò sapere! Grazie ancora, e buona settimana! 1w
  •   morozzi @internogiorno sei sempre troppo gentile, Germana, grazie mille 1w
  •   morozzi @elnon66 in few words you caught perfectly the essence of his personality, Michael, thank you really a lot for your comment! I'll let you know if an english version will be available in the future!! 1w
  •   nei.cruz Now you made me cry. And it's ok. 1w
  •   svotra Wow... Nice to read this about your dad! You must all be so proud of him. And a great portrait too!! 4h

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morozzi Fartweb_What the Hell Did You Eat, Bro?! 2w

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morozzi Size Matters 2w

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morozzi Absolutely Milanese 2w

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morozzi Fall 2w

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morozzi Fashion in Motion 3w

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morozzi Soft Outside, Crunchy Inside 3w

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morozzi Jesus Lost the Bus 3w

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morozzi E Questa La Chiami Vita? / You Call This Living? 3w

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morozzi What Is and What Should Never Be 3w

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morozzi Nothing Outta Place_The facade of the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, one of the most important works of art of the Florentine Renaissance, was designed by Leon Battista Alberti around 1460. Made with polychrome marbles, it reflects the influences of then recently rediscovered geometric and mathematical studies applied to nature and art that were a part of the revival of Platonic philosophy which found its center in the Florence of the day. Triangles, circles, squares, rectangles and attached geometrical figures cover the architectural landscaped designed by the brilliant architect to form a wonderful series of harmonic relationships. 3w

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morozzi Urban Larsen_When I (seldom) happen to go back to my hometown, usually it's for fast job meetings like today. Luckily, I had a couple of free hours before catching a train back to Milano. I love to wander around my beautiful Firenze as if I was a tourist:)) Have a great weekend, my friends!! 4w

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