Illustration for a greeting card project by the United Nations Global Compact (Pacte Mondial des Nations Unies) about the need to enable an ecological transition that leaves no one behind, and to take actions that advance societal goals. Thanks to AD Alice Tan!
Illustration for AAA Explorer about the wonder of train travel - the best way to see the country and to learn about it, according to the author Frank Bures. Thanks to AD Lori Anderson!
Latest illustration for Outside magazine's collection of their favorite outdoor adventure books for every U.S. state.
Thanks to AD Luke Whelan!
This piece is my contribution to the exhibition IN CAMMINO held at the prestigious Palazzo Madama in Turin, Italy (July 12 - October 13, 2023). The project tells stories from the Piedmont area crossed by the Via Francigena, the ancient road and pilgrimage route running from the cathedral city of Canterbury in England, through France and Switzerland, to Rome.
I represented the pilgrimage route like the thread of a ball of yarn that the pilgrim carries with him on his journey. The tangle represents the many kinds of motivations behind the pilgrimage: spiritual, devotional, sometimes even penitential, as it was originally in the Middle Ages. Proceeding on the journey, the skein gradually unravels until it completely dissolves at the end of the pilgrimage.
Thanks to Ale Giorgini and to Professor Villa, director of Palazzo Madama, for having me involved me in this project!
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.
Glad to hear this piece has been chosen to appear online as part of The AI-AP ARCHIVE at ai-ap.com!
Big thanks to the judges!
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.
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!
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.
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