Born in 1993, Alessandro Malossi is an Italian artist, although calling him an artist is almost reductive.
The art to which Alessandro dedicates his days is that of drawing. At first only on paper, then he moved on to the skin, opening two Tattoo Studio, and finally creating on clothing.
Thus, while collaborating with brands such as Calvin Klein, Nike, Trussardi, he also created exceptional works of art that in 2019 were exhibited in Madrid in the NOAH exhibition. Whether it’s a tattoo, a jacket or a painting, Alessandro Malossi’s works are always current, modern and in their own way provocative.
We, however, were captured by a project that we could define as collateral and found its dimension in the Instagram @pleasetalktomyhand profile, born during the lockdown period.
Those same hands that we have heard so much about in recent months, that we saw in hundreds of explanatory signs that showed how to wash them, that have almost become a weapon to spread the virus, become a blank canvas on which to write messages and sentences of effect, but also of denunciation.
“My hands use more alcohol than my mouth“, “Dear Karma I have a list of people you missed“, “Silence is violence” are just some of the sentences we read. Below you can find our selection, but to discover them all go to the Instagram @pleasetalktomyhand profile.