SatOne began painting in 1991, first making a point of mastering the rules of figuration before developing his own and distinctive visual language. From 2000 on, his quest for freedom and aesthetic research brought him to deconstruct the artistic principles he had learned, constantly leading him towards abstraction. Since then, his focus is on the impressions of objects, how they communicate with the viewer and how they are interpreted through compositions of volumes and colors. In addition to his mural and studio work, he created a series of 100 SatOne logos which will be released in a publication later this year. The main idea behind the book is to speak about the context of the pieces and their immediate environment in which they were created.