For almost twenty years and has taught children to use paper, colors, scissors "with the tips rounded" and "glue" to achieve their first masterpieces. With his glasses and red hoodie, John Muciaccia is a myth for the generations that have between 20 and 30 years that have followed, the first on the Disney Channel, then on Rai 2, and finally on Rai Yoyo in the various editions of Art Attack in which he showed how to draw, cut, paste, and build objects in the most varied and imaginative. "The manual was uncharacteristic of me, but was not essential for the run of the program," says the idol of young artists, even if the hands that used the scissors and markers were not always his. "It was just for production needs, because going on the air in many Countries ran the same images for all, and we were only shooting in the studio, but were custom. The red hoodie was common to all the wires but it was not a program stereotyped". The last edition dates back to 2014, but Art Attack has continued to go on the air until just a few years ago.
John Muciaccia is back on tv: I grew up, but my style is still that of 'Art Attack'
For almost twenty years and has taught children to use paper, colors, scissors "with the tips rounded" and "glue" to achieve their first masterpieces. With
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