About Roberto
Roberto Calbucci is a painter and freelance graphic designer. After living in Milan and Tokyo, Roberto and his wife Meloni Mitchell (model/designer) decided to set up base for a while in the Italian countryside in a tiny village called Montecarotto, to concentrate on their projects. Roberto works independently as a painter, focusing on his research: science, nature, entropy, and order-chaos.  The places below that he recommends for Citylikeyou are located near his small town.
http://www.robertocalbucci.com
Current city: Montecarotto
Roberto Calbucci is a painter and freelance graphic designer. After living in Milan and Tokyo, Roberto and his wife Meloni Mitchell (model/designer) decided to set up base for a while in the Italian countryside in a tiny village called Montecarotto, to concentrate on their projects. Roberto works independently as a painter, focusing on his research: science, nature, entropy, and order-chaos.  The places below that he recommends for Citylikeyou are located near his small town.
 
One of a series of rivers in the area, situated in the town of Genga (a 15 minute drive from Montecarotto, close to Grotte di Frasassi). When I was younger I liked to go there and draw, and think about the movement of the elements.
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Montecarotto is located in the middle of the Marche hills, covered in nature, vegetation, and agricultural land. The surrounding area is famous for producing many products, mainly wine and olive oil.
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This amazing and surreal cave is a great place to reflect about the relation between structure and time in nature, and the space between them.
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Mezzavalle is a semi-hidden bay located on the Ancona coast, about a 40 minute drive from Montecarotto. To arrive at the bay, it’s a 30 minute hike down the hill. In the winter it has a great atmosphere of emptiness and isolation, a good thinking/swimming spot.
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