Latest illustration for Entrepreneur: what happens when small startups go up against giant companies in trademark lawsuits about the use of established brands in new products. Thanks to AD Paul Scirecalabrisotto!
Three illustrations for The Washington Post about how to prepare pets for the time humans will return to offices and schools, so that they won't suffer loneliness too much. Story by Elizabeth Chang.
Thanks to AD Victoria Fogg!
So happy to learn that these two images have been accepted into the Society of Illustrators 61 exhibit and book! Huge thanks to the judges and congrats to all winners!
In the upcoming issue of 'Scopes, magazine of Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, an article by Lauren Cahoon Roberts explains why veterinary profession faces serious economic challenges.
Thanks to Wendy Kenigsberg for the assignment!
Recent illustration for Science magazine about how apparently identical mice often have a different microbial makeup which make every mouse unique and different from each other - that often makes scientific studies hard to replicate.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always!
Four illustration for Keurig Green Mountain's online advertising campaign. Each piece is inspired by a different Green Mountain Coffee blend.
Thanks to guys at Havas Worldwide New York for the art direction!
Recent illustration for Science magazine about why the study of ants reveals important lessons for humans living in an increasingly urban ecosystem.
Thanks to the author Daniel Ari Friedman and art director Chrystal Smith for the fun piece!
Poster illustration for ASD Nuoto Center Forlì, swim center located in Italy.
Thanks to my friend Marco Ventura, well-known illustrator who introduced me to them.
A little contribution for Greenpeace's petitions #SaveTheArctic, #FreeTheArctic30. See all the contributions of 30 italian artists here http://www.greenpeace.org/italy/30Ax30A/?.
My piece is focused on the risks of oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.