Don't you miss that lightheartedness that you had when you were a child?
Do you remember when with simple objects, and a handful of markers, you would build an entire world within which you’d lose yourself?
Wonderful stories to fantasize about, days spent with friends playing, carefree. From all these moments and feelings "Childhood portrait" was created.
This medallion, which portrays the face of a doll, is meant to become a kind of reverse "memento mori," that is, it is not meant to remind us of the inexorable fate but, on the contrary, it is meant to remind us to live our lives intensely, releasing that playful and creative part that society as the years go by, forces us to suppress because, an adult, cannot be as carefree as a child.