It's almost as if these characters created by Italian artist Emanuele “Rems 182” Ronco are psychologically trapped inside their own minds. The way he makes their body parts transparent gives off the disturbing impression that they are battling with personal demons. “Art, both conceptually and practically, is the only field of study which has always truly concerned and stimulated me in the whole course of my existence,” says Rems 182. “Making art is a challenge with myself, a perverse enchantment which laments and subdues me, but which also brings sublime mental orgasms. Graffiti, graphic design, painting, illustration are the delta of my thoughts; a wall, a piece of paper; pixels are the horizons towards which they flow.” Rems 182 is one of four friends who formed Truly Design, an artistic collective. Since their adolescence, they've shared a passion for graffiti and street art. The group's horizons quickly widened from sole artistic production to illustration, graphic design, logotype design, didactics, and other creative applications.