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.
Cover illustration for Internazionale magazine: though the race is on to develop a battery-powered aircraft, there are still many obstacles on the road to net-zero flights. Thanks to AD Maysa Moroni!
Three illustrations for Internazionale about one of the most notable social inventions of the Balkans: sending packages by bus or taxi, entrusting them to the driver, a friend or an acquaintance. In a region where rail and air links have been destroyed or simply cancelled, it's the fastest way to send and receive. Original article by Ilir Gashi.
Tote bag for Viaggeria Bookshop
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.
Some illustrations made for The Voyager Scholarship, a project created by Airbnb and the Obama Foundation with the aim of shaping the next generation of public service leaders: it gives college students financial aid, meaningful travel experiences and a network of mentors to support them.
Thanks to Manual agency!
New illustration for The Wall Street Journal about how to handle flight delays and other headaches.
The skies are less friendly these days, with travelers plagued by flight delays and jam-packed airports. Writer Matthew Kronsberg highlights a few strategies to help you cope - and even enjoy an unexpected layover.
Thanks to Marlene Szczesny, as always!
Ideal Standard: Together for better
Cover and interior illustrations for Together, magazine of Ideal Standard, focused on hospitality, sustainability and rebirth. This special edition accompanies the 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Thanks to PS+A Palomba Serafini for the great art direction.
The illustration for the cover story focuses on urban horticolture.
Illustration for The Wall Street Journal about the best credit card for travelers. Credit cards with hefty fees usually carry the richest travel rewards, and you can earn the money back after a few trips.
Thanks to AD Marlene Szczesny!
AAA Explorer: Traveling light
Illustration for AAA Explorer magazine: the story of a traveler who meets a monk in Himalaya and learns the secret of happiness lies in traveling light and having no expectations. Article by Eric Weiner.
Thanks to AD Catherine Cobb!
Arizona Highways: The Exodus Trail
Three illustrations for Arizona Highways about the Exodus Trail: in 1875, both the Yavapai and the Apache people were removed from their Rio Verde reservation in Arizona and force-marched by U.S. soldiers in terrible conditions, nearly 200 miles, to the barren desert of San Carlos. In December 2016, a group of hikers walked the same trail and mapped it with GPS. Thanks to AD Keith Whitney for the great assignment.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.