Autumn Leaves Bookmarks


"As long as autumn lasts, I shall not have hands, canvas and colors enough to paint the beautiful things I see"

Vincent Van Gogh

I would like to very humbly appropriate this quote attributed to the very famous Master.

It is very true, the marvellous colors that this cosy season bestows upon us are absolutely charming. The warm tones that Nature takes on in this period of the year not only warm our hearts but also the whole scenery.

The Sun begins that to give us less and less hours of light, the light that softens, almost dims, the days that are wet from light showers and the muffled mist that embrace our sceneries, invite us to spend more time inside and many use this time to immerse themselves in some relaxing readings.

That is why I created the collection of bookmarks “Autumn Leaves”, so that you could perch between the pages of your favourite book a little leaf with the very colors that makes this season so delightful.


“Finché ci sarà l'Autunno, non avrò abbastanza mani, tele e colori per dipingere la bellezza che vedo”

Vincent Van Gogh.

Molto umilmente voglio fare mia questa frase attribuita al celeberrimo Maestro.

E' proprio così, i meravigliosi colori che questa dolcissima stagione ci regala sono assolutamente irresistibili. Le calde tonalità con cui la Natura si veste in questo periodo dell'anno non scaldano soltanto il paesaggio ma anche il cuore.

Il Sole che inizia a donarci sempre meno ore di luce, luce che si fa morbida e soffusa, le

giornate bagnate da lievi pioggerelline e le ovattate foschie che avvolgono i nostri paesaggi ci inducono a restare più tempo a casa e molti usano questo tempo per dedicarsi alla riposante lettura.

Ecco perché ho creato la collezione di segnalibri “Autumn Leaves”, per posare nel vostro libro preferito una piccola foglia dai colori che tanto rendono meravigliosa questa stagione.

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It all started when my mom passed away.


I was on a break from my work in theatres and not going through a very serene period.


One day my son Nazareno said that he had spare sketchbook that his art teacher told him was no longer needed for school projects, so he asked if I wanted to use it.


I thought I could have used it to sketch scenographies for work so I simply tucked it in a cupboard. After some time I opened the same cupboard again and saw that very sketchbook next to my precious Caran d'Ache pencils and … that's when I thought of drawing something. Yes but, what to draw then? 

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