I have always been really fond of drawings made by children. It doesn’t really matter if they are skilled or not as, very early, most of them have a real sense of art. I am especially interested in them using colours, working with space and volumes along with their good improvisation skills due to their lack of either technic or aesthetical prejudice. I have kept some aircraft drawings and paintings made by children between five and thirteen years of age that I study from time to time: it is relaxing and funny and I learn so much. When a child makes a drawing, nothing is missing and nothing is left. I also like to watch them when they work, naturally facing a white sheet of paper. Some prefer using their imagination while others prefer copying (it is said that these ones are the real artists); anyway, their works are original, with a particular sense of humour and, often, endowed with a mysterious beauty.