Capriccio Italian. The term “Capriccio” in the Italian language in reference to the figurative arts, means “unusual, imaginative, bizarre composition, expedient, way of execution”. In this series, the artist Franchi has chosen to use his playful imagination by proposing a mixture of figures and colors in his Capricci. He leaves it up to the viewer to give the interpretation. We can glimpse dragons or people or various objects. Often it’s just a game of colors, whose bright colors attract the eye and activates the brain. Nothing is random, far from it, it’s the spirit of graphic evolution. Franchi follows in the footsteps of the great masters who characterized the twentieth century with their works. The distortion of the obvious or the extremes of the object in its classic image. There are those who have gone through the combustion, the cut, or the extreme geometrization of the figures and those who, like Franchi, play with extravagant colors and shapes.