Cover illustration for the new book by Borghingordi, a couple of young influencers who travels across Italy and shares tips and fun facts about the places they visit. Published by Sonzogno Editore.
The Wall Street Journal: Low-alcohol wines
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!
Illustration for Scaglie, the magazine of Parmigiano Reggiano, celebrating Emilia-Romagna and its less known relationship with the world of fashion. A new generation of designers like Federico Cina, Marco Rambaldi and Luca Magliano considers our territory as an essential source of inspiration to develop their unique stylistic language. As a son of this region, I’m very proud of having illustrated this piece. AD by LUZ.
Illustration for NYU Scope mag about the role of beer in ancient Egypt. Archaeologists unearthed the ruins of a massive brewery dating from about 3000 BCE in Abydos, which is the first proof that inhabitants of the Nile Valley brewed quantities comparable to modern commercial operations. Thanks to AD Tim Baldwin for the fun project!
Illustration for The Wall Street Journal about the logistical issues that are troubling the wine industry during what is typically its most profitable season. Article by Lettie Teague. Thanks AD Forest Evashevski!
Nike: Managing food cravings
Two illustrations for Nike Coaching about how to manage food cravings and the need of unhealthy comfort foods. Thanks to AD Brian Bantog, as always!
New illustration out today for The New York Times: the American wine industry remains tangled in the same set of thorny problems from last year: Covid-19, government tariffs and climate change. Article by Eric Asimov.
Thanks to AD Paul Jean!
Below are a few rejected concepts.
Nike: Time your meals
Another illustration for Nike's new hub Nike Journal about why when we eat could matter more than what we eat. Experts explain how to time the meals for an enhancement of wellbeing.
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog!
Latest illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health about how we can tackle climate change and meet the world’s nutritional needs at the same time. Article by David A. Taylor.
Thanks to Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner, as always.
Chicago Magazine: Big data dining
Two illustrations for Chicago Magazine about how restaurants use data and technology to learn as much as they can about diners to be able to cater to their every need.
Thanks to art director Jessica Sedgwick!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.