The day the world went away

Fabrizio Cotognini, the day the world went away, 135 x 85cm, crayon, biacca, white ink, ink and mylar on original XVIII etching mounted on black french paper with white drawing, courtesy of the artist and prometeogallery of Ida Pisani.

“I'd listen to the words he'd say But in his voice I heard decay The plastic face forced to portray All the insides left cold and gray There is a place that still remains It eats the fear, it eats the pain The sweetest price he'll have to pay The day the whole world went away”