|Corsican Vendetta Knife with floral details, the blade reads |
"Che la mia ferita sia mortale", "May my wound be lethal"
31 ago 2015
13 feb 2014
Dead Prisoner’s Tattoos Preserved in Formaldehyde
The tattoo collection at the Department of Forensic Medicine at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland consists of 60 objects preserved in formaldehyde [...] The tattoos were collected from the prisoners of the nearby state penitentiary on Montelupich Street as well as from the deceased on whom autopsies were performed.
22 ago 2013
Sogno di Fatascienza
Painting by Christian Olivares,
colored and modified by Pietro Pacciani.
Among the items seized in June 1990 at Pacciani's home, a painting aroused particular interest, this picture took the name of "Sogno di fatascienza"
as Pacciani named it in April 10, 1985.
In the reality of facts, Mrs. Maliceta Melega Tornatore, art expert, called the editorial staff of a newspaper and revealed the mystery, attributing the painting to the Chilean painter and stage designer Christian Olivares,
who painted it in Bologna during the 70s.
So the monster of Florence, in the end, just colored and embellished the painting with a few minor creepy details, signing it as if it was his own work.