Madrid based artist Alejandro Cinque invited me to portrait him in the courtyard of his house (known as La·casa·de·la·puerta·color·verde·menta), that was pink as his hair at that time. This was the starting point of a project that reveals my fascination for a colour that does not have much presence in the nature and neither in the urban environment. Mohammad Alli picture was in fact placed in the only pink wall that I found on the streets in my way to the shooting. The studio work that completes this series pretends to break away with the idea of this colour related to girly things or plastic toys, offering an uncanny vision through food presented out of context or function.