An illustration I did some time ago about timeshare traps and how fraudulent firms promise to take a timeshare you no longer want off your hands, but do little more than take your money.
Illustration for Deseret Magazine about the gradual abandonment of the Democratic party by certain segments of the American working class. Thanks to AD Eric Gillett!
Three illustrations for Internazionale magazine: the first chapter of Karen Jennings' "An Island", a novel of a young refugee washes up unconscious on the beach of a small island inhabited by no one but an old lighthouse keeper.
Illustration for bookshop Viaggeria, based in Trento, Italy. It represents the most iconic landmarks of the city, which rises at the foot of the Italian Alps. It's been silk-screen printed in five colors on tote bags by Frammenti.
What happens when the now-ubiquitous algorithms wreak havoc in our lives? Cover and interior illustrations for Iowa Law School. Thanks to AD David Bergeron / Diablo Publications!
I've been asked by Italian publishing group QN Quotidiano Nazionale to create a couple of poster illustrations and logotypes celebrating the iconic landmarks of Milan and Bologna. The posters have been released by the local newspapers Il Giorno and Il Resto del Carlino on December 7 and 8, 2022.
The logos merge the traditional foods with the most popular monuments of the two cities: Panettone and Cathedral (Duomo) for Milan; Tortellino and Two Towers for Bologna.
This piece made for the exhibition "Draw the Light" at Ripido Festival has been juried into the Illustrators 65 exhibit and book! Big thanks to the judges and to the Society of Illustrators!
Cover illustration of Corriere dei Ciechi, house organ of the Italian Union of Blind and Partially Sighted People, dedicated to the 26th edition of Louis Braille Prize. The ceremony took place at the prestigious Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy, and the prize has been awarded to those companies and individuals who have been distinguished by their effort in creating an inclusive environment for people with visual disabilities.
Illustration for the WSJ's Food & Drink section: today it’s not easy to find wines that are low in alcohol - thanks in no small part to global warming - but low-alcohol reds below 13% ABV can be found from higher altitude vineyards and cooler wine regions. Thanks to AD Kelly Peck!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.