Can an artist whose name is "Bulloni" (meaning "Bolts" in Italian) be uninfluenced by such a name in identifying so closely to simple objects of everybody's working life? It wouldn't seem so, since the artist himself likes to define himself as an image "worker", a lover of "simplicity" as a means of getting in direct, immediate communication with those who look at his works.
All this recalls, of course, the inspiring models that Bulloni recognizes as his spiritual leaders, i.e. Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, the mythical standard bearers for "Pop Art", to whom his love for the brightness and smoothness of acrylic colors (but his old job as a graphic designer exerts and influence, too!) as well as the neatness of lines evoking objects of everybody's life all hint.

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