Two illustrations for an essay by philosopher Slavoj Žižek published by Internazionale magazine about those who are Covid skeptics and see a deeper plot in the public narrative of the pandemic. Full article here.
Pirelli from A to Z. On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Pirelli, the company magazine "World" asked writers, designers and illustrators to describe with a letter of the alphabet the values that guided Pirelli over the time. I illustrated the letter L for "Lifestyle" since Pirelli has always been identified with a style, an elegance, a way of interpreting the times that goes far beyond the tyre manufacturing - it produced raincoats and swimsuits among other things. I also tried to portray the continuity between the city of Milan today, a leading, dynamic global center, and the city at the time of Pirelli's foundation in 1872.
Thanks to AD Teresa Bellemo/Rivista Studio!
Latest illustration for Science about the paradoxical situation of those researchers who had lots of responsibilities during the pandemic (kids, parents, distant family in hard-hit countries) coming back to the lab and finding that their peers used the time to achieve career-related work.
Thanks to AD Christina Aycock!
Cover and interior illustrations for BYU Marriott Alumni Magazine: how to help level the career field for minorities, who don’t often get a fair opportunity in terms of getting a job/internship or promotions in the workplace.
Thanks to AD Jon Woidka!
Another illustration for Entrepreneur Magazine about the exemplary behavior of some small entrepreneurs, whose creativity can trump any challenge. Thanks to AD Paul Scirecalabrisotto!
This week on Internazionale, seven illustrations for the short story "The Dead Hand of Mr. Barati", by the Iranian writer Mahsa Mohebali. Thanks to director Giovanni De Mauro, as always!
Illustration for the "Including Diversity" Talk 2021, part of a broader project by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana which aims to promote inclusion and diversity in the fashion industry. Among the participants are the main Italian and international fashion companies and speakers from the world of fashion and culture.
Thanks to Alice Volontè and Andrea Vigneri for the art direction!
Illustration for Entrepreneur Magazine about the importance of making our working lives more flexible when we work from home, according to journalists Anne Helen Petersen and Charlie Warzel. A big thing might be taking time in the middle of the day to exercise!
Thanks to AD Paul Scirecalabrisotto.
These pieces have been accepted into the Society of Illustrators 64 exhibit and book. Huge thanks to the judges!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.