Purchase 25 Disegni Limited Edition art book with graffiti street artist modern pop artworks by Arrington De Dionyso x Davide Toffolo. 2011 Book of art nudes and sex artwork. Paperback, Zooo / Modo Infoshop, Bologna 2011, Made In Italy "A collection of illustrations by Davide Toffolo of the Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti and Arrington De Dionyso of the Old Time Relijun has been released. The result of the meeting of the two cartoonists and musicians is a volume of 50 illustrations that have sex as their theme. The book, "25 drawings", is to be browsed first in one direction and then in the other, until you get to the central page, where the images of the two illustrators merge. The book is a self-production curated by Modo Infoshop Interno 4 of Bologna and Zooo, and can be purchased on the shop of La Tempesta Dischi." -Davide Toffolo Davide Toffolo is an Italian comic book artist, writer, and musician, born on January 31, 1965, in Pordenone, Italy. He is best known for his work as the creator of the graphic novel series "Pasolini," which is a tribute to the late Italian film director and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini. Toffolo's art style is influenced by underground comics, punk rock, and European comic traditions. Aside from his work in comics, Toffolo is also a member of the Italian punk rock band Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti (Three Happy Dead Boys), where he is the lead singer and guitarist. The band was formed in the early 1990s and has since released numerous albums and gained a loyal following in Italy. Toffolo's other notable works in comics include "Cannibale," "Carnera," and "5 è il numero perfetto" (5 Is the Perfect Number). He is well-respected in the comics world for his unique style, storytelling, and the often dark themes present in his works.
Davide Toffolo is an Italian comic book artist, writer, and musician born on February 12, 1965, in Pordenone, Italy. He is best known as the lead singer and guitarist for the Italian punk rock band Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti, which was formed in 1994. Toffolo started his career in the comic book industry in the late 1980s, and since then, he has become one of Italy's most important and influential comic artists. His distinctive drawing style is characterized by strong lines and a unique visual language. One of his most well-known comic book series is "Cani Sciolti" (Loose Dogs), which explores the lives and struggles of young people in a suburban environment. Another notable work by Toffolo is "Pasolini," a graphic novel that pays homage to the controversial Italian poet, writer, and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini.