What is White Rabbit if not the unexpected solution that leaps out of the little black cylinder you've had on your desk for a long time? Or maybe it's that cute little guide animal showing you the way in a world where you feel momentarily lost.
In 1994, in the creative turmoil of my last year of the experimental art school - the only one at the time that taught graphic design on a computer - I was selected to participate in the first European Youth Week.
A trip that changed my worldview forever, giving me a sense of community and hope for the future, with a clear image of the relevance of the European Union.
Two weeks of debates, seminars, and workshops under the slogan: ALL DIFFERENT, ALL EQUAL.
A few days were like years for me, so much so that I discovered new ideas, friends and dreams. That experience disrupted my approach to communicating with others and erased the clichés and cultural prejudices we sometimes assign to those we don't know. The event ended with the participation at the parliament in Strasbourg in the drafting of the act against racism in schools.