Monday, January 20, 2020

Stabat Onusta Aestas

Directed, edited and performed by AFan Alessandro Fantini 

Music by AFan Alessandro Fantini 

Featured in the international collective documentary "A Living tree means a living planet" directed by Khalid Mokadmine co-produced by Geri Lynn Matthews 

 Best documentary at Calcutta film Festival 2019
 Cult Critic Movie Awards Outstanding achievement 2019 
Rome "Prisma Independent Film Awards" finalist 2019

Monday, November 11, 2019



AFAN Alessandro Fantini

Nystagma (rhyme of the stranded bride)

Oil on canvas, 30x55 cm. (2019)

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Open for commissions


Since I regularly get requests for affordable portraits and illustrations I thought to enable an online option allowing to submit your commissions through the Deviantart verified service. Currently you can commission black and white or color graphic art as high resolution digital files. All you need to do is to register as a Deviantart user (in case you aren't one yet), converting your money in points and select the desired commission. Check it out and let me know if it's a viable system for satisfying your artistic desires.


Sunday, October 6, 2019

A living tree means a living planet


 "A living tree means a living planet" is a collective international documentary conceived and directed by Khalid Mokadmine, a young filmmaker from Rabat. In April he reached me out online inviting me to contribute with a one minute video to his ongoing project about the relationship between humans and trees.

He had already invited several filmmakers from all over the world, each one representing a different country by telling a different visual story, and he still wasn't able to find a director from Italy available to shoot his own segment. As soon as he discovered I'm also a painter, he proposed me to figure out a way to feature one of my painting in my video. Trees have provided humans with the primary means of survival, therefore I thought it was essential to show how they can still be a precious "motherly" source of life for my own creations and (hopefully) the spirit of the humans inhabiting my country.