The d’Errico Code Videos, Interviews, Press & Love

I feel really blessed to have so many people around me who support me and push me to make beautiful art every day.  The solo show in Rome was the grand finale of months of hard work, and I shared links and snippets in Facebook ’cause its so easy, I thought I should put it all together in one post.  I hope you can all read Italian, because a lot of the press and interviews were done in Italy!

First, even though it’s actually the last thing to come out, here’s a video of the opening night taken by a really sweet guy at the gallery.  You can see the actual Youtube video here (and he does lots of videos of openings, so check them out!).  You can even hear me speaking italian ^_^

Where do I start?! I have to say, Italians are so poetic in their writing and the way they consider art. I had some really deep and meaningful questions to answer, and I loved it!

If you can or want to read Italian, these are some of the interviews that came out: Espoarte, one of Italy’s contemporary art magazines, interviewed me for their June/July edition.  The Arterotica interview was one of the most in depth ones, so don’t be fooled by the name! There’s one more amazing interview by Giorgia, who is a reporter for another big contemporary art magazine, Insideart.  This is the article that she published both on the site and that came out in a regular magazine/newspaper, “Il Domani”.

I also got some press love from Dragolab (really cool guys to boot, ao’!).  A couple of comics related sites also posted about the show. This one is, which is Italy’s biggest – happy me!  There were many other art sites that posted but too many to list, even the Canadian Consulate in Italy put it on their site ^_^.  A must-read is my friend, and author Andrea Grieco’s interview on Alphabetcity (he also wrote the lovely intro to the “Codice d’Errico” show catalog/art book).

Finally, and this is really special, is the pdf of the “Manifesto” that David Diavu Vecchiato wrote and that is included in the “Codice d’Errico” show catalog/art book in the text section. David is curating the year-long Urban Superstar Show in Naples, Italy, and is a comic book artist too!

A big thank you also to all the sites and friends who posted about my show out in the US and Canada! Thanks to Sourharvest, Spankystokes, DailyduJour, ArrestedMotion, Artsprojekt, Juxtapox, Hi Fructose and even Urban Art in the UK!

Last but not least, I will have (only) 25 copies of the catalog/art book of Il Codice d’Errico that I will be selling for $45 (plus applicable shipping). I’m going to sign each book, which is a hardcover book with about 50 pages of images, interviews and other text.  Anyone who wants one of the books should write to to get on the pre-order list.  The gallery has printed many more copies and are distributing them throughout Italy and Europe, but these are the only ones I personally have and will sign/sell myself, just for you ’cause I <3 love you all!

Codice d'Errico Art Books

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