It's not just the elaboration of the world-famous winning design. In fact, for the three-dimensional part, the project is also indebted to the sculpture "Squilibrio" (of 1967) by Mario Ceroli to which it refers with evident quotations. In this three-dimensional interpretation of Leonardo's work, it was decided to engrave the drawing of the man, in the two positions he assumes, on the same table and with the same stroke, on the two sides, to remain closer to the original project executed in flat form. Given the insertion of man in a sphere and the possibility of rotating within it, allowing a glimpse of the concept of man at the centre of the world or of Creation, we decided to represent the figure with a two-dimensional technique so not to move too far away from the concept that expresses Leonardo's Man.
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