Photographers: Enrico Odano and Paolo Inselvini
The Wonderwall portrays the female breast with no taboos, giving it a funny and playful meaning.
Each sculpture embodies a soul of a tit. Hence the play on words turning “will-o’-the-wisp” into “Will-o’-the tit”. The breast symbolizes the purity of the female soul. So the Wonderwall, in its entirety, stands as a word to the wise, urging women to preserve their innocence and simplicity.
The Wonderwall was born as an experimental concept, then become reality thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2013.
Alessandro Rivolta and Silvia Lazzari, Alfieri Andrea. Amedeo Puletti, Andrew Maccone and Laura Lucifora, Barbara Acca, Barbara Sergi and Piero Di Battista, Cristiana Butelli, Dan Steinbok, Diego Parmegiani
Diego Semenzato, Esther Steinbok and Jim Sustersich, Fabio Di Pietro and Francesca Comboni, Fabrizio Perissinotto, Famiglia Barberi, Gabriele Casula, Gerard Falco, Giacomo Uva and Chiara Fumagalli, Giorgio Fedocci, Giuseppe Spartà, Ilaria Gilberti and Paolo Bonet, Jerry and Jackie Steinbok, Joseph and Jan Steinbok, Laura Zambernardi, Luca Secci, Luigi Scatteia, Martin and Jane Steinbok, Massimiliano Spini, Paolo Canale, Paul and Eddy Steinbok, Roberto Negro and Consuelo Barberis, Rosalia Occhipinti, Simona Marconi, Tommaso Perissinotto and Åsa Hellstrand
Thanks to everybody who contributed but preferred to remain anonymous
Special thanks to:
Cristiano Bonora for editing and graphical consulting
Daniele Lantieri for his perseverance in promoting the project
Luca Guglielmo for his valuable technical support
My mother and Francesco who greatly helped me to make it happen