My studio is based in Bergamo, and I have been in lockdown in a city that is considered to be one of the most tragically affected by the pandemic. The processions of military vehicles carrying the corpses of people who died because of the virus have been seen on the news all over the world by now. But, personally, my daily life hasn't changed so much. I'm always in front of a desk, almost all day, sometimes also in the evening. I have to admit that I am in a peculiar situation because I was supposed to move to a new, bigger studio in a different town a few days after traveling was prohibited, so I had to take on a makeshift desk. And I now find myself drawing with my whole life packed around to me. I do think that everything will return to normal soon, and that I will be able to move everything to the new studio, but that's how it is for now.
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