"Kirimatuli" shows a very interesting study through art and design. With six different projects, the author tries to express the potential messages from his subsconscious. He underlines that if we focus, we can read what we deeply feel as indicated in the author's other art books, "The Great Kiss: Art, Design and Emotions" and "Can you Design Yourself: Art, Design and Psychology" and "Dance With Me: Art, Design and Social Beliefs", which have a link between art and psychology. Again, the author creates a media that can be used in art therapy, emphasising the impact that art can have in our lives.
Born in Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy) in 1981, Luca has studied and worked in several different countries across Europe. He experiments with varying artistic media, be it animation, digital art, photography, mosaics, paintings, and illustration. Luca now lives in London and he currently works at the award-winning visual effects company Framestore, while studying Professional Art and Design (pathway Photography)at Central Saint Martins. He also works as an art volunteer at Kids Company, a child-based charity organisation in London, and he collaborates on a social action project with MBG Funhouse, winner of the Princes Trust Celebrate Success London 2008 Community Impact Award.