Some of his work is reminiscent of a Native American style of sorts; at least that's what came to mind upon first viewing. So fluid with motion, and little color to distract. I love how he uses thousands of little sperm-like creatures to make the piece come alive with movement.
Donato Di Zio
I guess you could say he has raised doodling to a fine art!
Painting and drawing and collage-ing helps tremendously in igniting the process of writing for me. The act of drawing (on paper with pens & paint; not Photoshop...which has another purpose) loosens the over-structured, root-bound approach I often take (hold-over from graduate school maybe...all those papers) and lets in a deeper, more soulful indulgence to create without rules.
I sorely need that, and give myself permission to sketch and paint and take photographs for no real or imagined immediate purpose; except the knowing that you never know.
You never know how an image or poem or doodle may be used at a later time, and weave its golden thread through another fresh and creative project.