Pasquale Saporito, was born and raised in southern Italy, precisely in San Gregorio Magno (SA) a small town in ancient Lucania. From an early age, thanks to the numerous influences received in the family, he proved to have strong aptitudes towards art. He studied music, especially guitar and bass; He attended theater courses with great Neapolitan masters. Passionate about the concept of psychological relativism in Pirandello, and inspired by the novels and comedies "One Nobody and One Hundred Thousand" and "Il fu mattia pascal", he decided to enroll in the Faculty of Psychological Sciences, to deepen and study the foundations of the human psyche. Over time he has concentrated his studies and passions in different directions, such as Computer Science and Art, trying to reconcile the various interests and draw new perspectives of reasoning and application, this has helped him to develop a transversal thinking. In the contemporary years at the academy of fine arts in naples, he began working as a visual designer as a freelancer, working in support of companies, start-ups, public bodies and associations.