Dominik Šipr, who uses the pseudonym Lorenzo, is certainly not alone among the authors of so-called outsider art, who are irresistibly attracted to the world of trams and trains. For him, they represent an order that he understands well and that he needs for his life. He knows their history in detail, he can name them precisely, and he remembers their routes. But he also associates his painting with a similarly rigid order; his tubes of oil paint are precisely balanced and he paints with great care, even tenderness. He depicts his tram sets as something living, not just passing through, but intimately connecting with the landscape, the sky, and human dwellings. It is a world in which the author’s deep religious faith, which protects the world from chaos and alienation, is modestly manifested.