Microscopea 01 is a drawing made with black ink (points 0.1 and 0.05), paint and chalk. The result is then a three-part division of the latter, followed by a digital transformation called "negative". Microscopea is a series of three drawings, one plastic and the other digital, an exploration of materials, which I call the "Negatives". The final work is a print on glossy photographic paper that highlights its light and shades of grey that go all the way to black. If the aesthetics of Negatives is fundamentally different from my drawings on paper and wood with black ink, the fauna and flora (terrestrial and marine), the micro-organisms, remain the main subjects. However, unlike the majority of them, the Microscopea series plunges us into an abstract universe where the subjects seem all the less identifiable, in the manner of an ultrasound scan or certain macrophotographs. The various references and inspirations of the Negatives are nevertheless still attached to the work of the biologist Ernst Haeckel, and more broadly to the botanical plates and cabinets of curiosities, the forerunner of the natural history museum where, as early as the Renaissance, the wonders of the world, cultural and natural, were gathered together. Prints are sold framed, under glass, in order to preserve them.