GODS & GODDESSES

The Gods & Goddesses Issue IV. Vol. 1

With Yamada TAku, David Bedoni, Eniko Mihalik, Massimo Cespedes, Vermibus and Hunter & Gatti.

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GODS & GODDESSES

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After our journey into the origins of the universe, the next logical step was to explore the multiple connotations of the divine and the way it is represented in various cultures and eras. From the ancient Greek gods that were created by men to explain the world around them to our current obsession with celebrities, who acquire the status of deified icons, the distance is shorter than it seems at a first glance.

There is something definitely romantic about our intent to portray the intangible and to understand our origin, our nature and the reality that surrounds us. In this intense process of personal transformation, …


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