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Bat Artiglio looks brat but it’s just his way because he always defends his friends. He was born from an egg; he grew up with his Bat-friends and he choose to help every single child....

Slager is a monster-shaped friend made out of mud and he’s like a snail without shell. He also has five eyes on his tentacles and helps me sleeping well because night shades scare me....

Foglia is the small guardian of the forest who protects the forest from people not belonging to the forest....

Cuore parlante is a bit shy but always smiling. He loves playing, making new friends, and learning to fly with. His name in Italian means ‘speaking heart’....

It makes laugh who’s sad. From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....

When my friend has sparkling eyes it means that he’s sad; when he goes out he becomes a fool. From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....

He spits black and acid mud. From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....

He can transform himself as we prefer (from an idea of Fabio Fornasari). From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....

My imaginary friend can hear all the sounds of the world. From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....

He can give out his laser eyes and make everyone happy when sad. From the project 'Museum of Imaginary Friends' curated by Giancarlo Chirico with the collaboration of Bimba Landmann, Camelozampa and Explora - the children's museum in Rome....