Mr Wany was born in Brindisi, Italy in 1978. After writing for 12 years, in 1990 he graduated from art school and continued his studies in Rome at the International School of Comics. In 2000 he moved to Bologna, where he worked as an art director for one of the largest publishers of Japanese cartoons and comics until 2007.
In a career spanning 20 years and hundreds of murals he has worked on projects for Casio G-Shock, Nike, Adidas, Coca-Cola, Red Bull, Timberland, volkswagen, MTv, Mediaset, Avis, Toei Animation Japan, Reebok, Eastpak, RaiSat Smash Sky, Ecko, Ironlak, vibram.
In 2005 his fame exploded abroad and he was invited to numerous events and exhibitions in England, France, Croatia, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Greece, Bosnia, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, New zealand, Ecuador, Malaysia, Russia and the USA. With Street Art Sweet Art exhibition staged by the vittorio Sgarbi and Alessandro Riva, at the PAC in Milan there was finally the opportunity to work at the MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Sao Paulo, Brazil and in major European capitals like London and Paris. In 2007 he signed a one-year contract with a gallery, which allowed him to relocate to Milan. Beyond this he began to work independently with galleries and museums around the world. After two very successful solo shows and numerous high-profile international group exhibitions in 2012 he was invited to exhibit at the 54th and 55th venice Biennale.
Writes the critic Marco Meneguzzo: Mr. Wany prepares a post-atomic landscape, often inhabited by a humanity mixed (races and metals), where the East becomes the East physiognomic fantastic manga. And the revival of exoticism, mysterious as it may be, makes a world where things are more exotic.