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In his works Elia Colombo prefers conceptual illustration and seeks for perfection in simplicity, using sharp and clean lines.
I was born in Italy in 1988. I have never directly fed my drawing skill, even though I always had one. The main reason I decided to attend the Design School, was that the courses started later than other schools, so I could enjoy a couple extra weeks of vacation! I still have no idea what to do with my life, but I’m sure that life is nothing serious at all, and it should be more of an experiment. This is why I try to work as an illustrator, because, you know, life is too short to get a real job!
I’m focused on conceptual illustrations and I constantly seek for perfection in simplicity. My 100% vectorial work is always sharp and clean, in any format, on any medium. I believe in universal ideas, I have a strong passion for silence and I’m not that curious!
These days, I’m creating custom work for various international clients, while I keep on feed the personal side of my work, constantly creating humorous artworks to stay connected with my internet followers.
In the creations of Alma Gemelli the floral motifs contrast with anatomical sections of the human body creating deep symbolic meanings.
Paola Alma Gemelli, class 1989, has united her love for art to the passion for fashion by creating Alma Gemelli a unique line of clothing in its kind in which floral motifs contrast with anatomical sections of the human body creating deep symbolic meanings.
The artistic path of Alma investigates the relationship and contrast between life and death, two inseparable identities to which the artist tries to give voice through drawings that become works to be worn.
Milan, Turin, Berlin and Miami are just a few of the cities where the artist exhibited his paintings that when not around the world can be admired within the official Alma Gemelli store in Corso di Porta di Ticinese 87 Milan.
The experience of Elena Pucci in goldsmithing continues to influence his works, always aimed to translate emotions into images.
Elena Pucci was born in Siena on August 8, 1988. After the high school she decided to turn her passion into a job, and she enrolled in the degree course in Culture and Fashion Style, at the University of Florence, where she learned the art of goldsmith, from the project to the product, and accessory design. She continued her studies with a master in Systems Design, at “Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche” in Rome.
The experience in the gold sector continues to influence her style, even in what is now her main activity, the computer graphics, with the objective to translate, once again, an emotion into an artwork.
Chiara Gelati is a versatile architect and graphic designer, with two great passions: design on one side and urban requalification on the other.
Chiara Gelati was born in Florence, on November 5th 1985. Raised and stimulated in a highly creative environment, Chiara has always been pushed to cultivate and nurture her artistic flair. Her creative and thoughtful attitude is manifested in her two biggest passions: design and graphic on one side and urban requalification on the other.
Graduated in Architectural Planning from the University of Florence, she currently lives and works in Ravenna, where she collaborates with an architectural firm specialized in temporary reuse and in reactivation processes of abandoned spaces.
Her experience in graphic design starts for love, being involved in the creation of some artworks for cultural and musical events in Arezzo, such as the Casentino Love Affair Festival. Now in the free time she works as a freelance for the creation of graphic concepts and DIY products.
She usually takes inspiration from external inputs that she loves to elaborate and to convert into artworks and handmade projects. She strongly believes that in every artistic work, as well as in architectural projects, the emotional component is one of the biggest values the artist has to look for.
Serena Barbi is a jewellery designer. She constantly searches the right balance between size, shape and design in every creation.
Serena Barbi is a jewellery designer and teacher of Jewellery Design/ Industrial Design in many schools in Tuscany, she is also involved in development and design of jewelery, products and graphics in general.
The numerous collaborations, detailed studies and experience in various sectors enabled her to give ample space to her creative freedom, devoting significant part of his work to drawing and design. Each completed project combines imagination, creativity and research of concept in a proper balance of shapes, sizes and design of the object, all of which compete with each other to the good aesthetic and commercial success of a finished product.
Noemi De Feo is an illustrator and graphic designer. She prefers clear lines, but romantic, and rigid as well as enveloping forms.
Noemi De Feo
Noemi De Feo is an illustrator and graphic designer mostly digital. She prefers clear lines but romantic, the forms are rigid as well as enveloping. Worked mainly in Milan, Noemi decided to go back to her beloved Puglia, where she is pursuing personal projects simultaneously to a graphic designer job. She participated in several artistic initiatives, including a solo exhibition at Fuorisalone 2015 in Milan, the preparation of a calendar for the cultural association “Rinascita” and an artistic exhibition called “Calandra Award”. Moreover, she also designed the cover and the inner illustrations for the book "Esci Matto“ by Domenico Caldaro and made two illustrations for the book “ALAN TURING illustrazioni * annulli filatelici * ex libris" of “Oistros Edizioni”. Furthermore, she actually collaborates with the Spanish record label “Elephant Records”.
Luigi Leuce is a curious and creative illustrator and web designer. He loves to experiment new techniques and draw whatever comes into his mind.
Luigi Leuce is an illustrator and graphic designer. He loves drawing, trying new techniques and pull out of his magic hat whatever comes in his mind. He believes that creativity is the right ingredient to always dream with open eyes and imagine new, fresh, fun and unique things.
His world is made by either characters born in his head or everyday objects that come to life in a special way! Abstract forms, strange giants, long men, short men, plump men... Everything has a soul that comes from his own heart, from the passion to create an environment out of the ordinary, characterized by bright colors and funny creativity.
His inspiration originates from the humor strips of C. Schulz and his "Peanuts", the great Charlie Chaplin and the good Italian food.
Karolina Burdon’s work revolves around stories of various nature, from fashion illustrations to intricate metaphors in literary and psychology publications.
Artist and illustrator, currently based in London. Karolina Burdon’s work revolves around stories of various nature, from fashion illustrations to intricate metaphors in literary and psychology publications. She mixes techniques using hand drawn images and a digital finish. Her work has been applied to an array of commissions and projects, working on book covers illustrations, editorial and advertorials for clients including St. Louis magazine, The Writers’ Union of Canada, Midwives, Glamour, glass, Sens, Charaktery, Ingeus, Vision Express and more.
Ginevra Bernabò has a passion for neat and clean designs. However, she tends to experiment and play with different techniques.
99% Italian and 1% Argentinian, Ginevra Bernabò is a restless traveler. She studied in Milan and London and has lived all over Europe. She has been drawing since she was a child, when she dreamt of making a profession out of that fun passion (otherwise, she would have been happy being a ski instructor). After a kick-start in book publishing, Ginevra moves to London and walks her way through the realm of design - exchanging skiing for a yoga mat. At the moment, Ginevra works as a freelance for a variety of clients all over the world.
Curious by nature, Ginevra tends to experiment and play with techniques. However, she has a passion for neat and clean designs, with geometric and minimal subjects.
Born in Vicenza, Osvaldo Casanova loves drawing about football. He has drawn, painted and written for music, publishing, sports and advertising.
Born in Vicenza, Osvaldo Casanova loves drawing about football. His illustrations have been published in numerous magazines and international exhibitions. He has also worked with international clients such as Adidas Football, Le Coq Sportif, Kinder, Selle Royal and many others. He loves the Clash and the Lanerossi Vicenza.
Elena Prette is an illustrator who deals with different types of creations, from publishing for children, board games, App, web, magazines and illustrations.
Elena Prette is an extremely versatile illustrator. She prefers less conventional projects, she loves both study and research phases in each work and she envies minimal graphics. Moreover, Elena is very passionate about animation and illustrated books. She works mainly in digital.
She has collaborated with several publishers and media agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi, Armando Testa, Mondadori and Corriere della Sera.
Francesco Poroli works as a freelance illustrator and art director. He has worked with important sport brands and newspapers.
Francesco Poroli lives in Milan where he was born in 1975. Since 2000 he works as a freelance illustrator and art director. During these years he has worked with clients such as The New York Times Magazine, Wired, adidas, Il Sole 24 Ore, Mondadori, RCS, Google, Reebok, NBA and many others. He has exhibited in exhibitions in Milan, Vicenza, New York and London. His works have been published in the annual Society of Illustrators of NY and The Society of Publication Designers.
Over and above all this, Francesco is a proud father of Richard, five years old, and Beatrice, two years old.
Federico Zenobi is specialized in hyperrealism, but recently he started to create also abstract works, paintings with a strong intrinsic energy.
Federico Zenobi was born in Jesi in 1986. He graduated at the Centro Sperimentale of Design Poliarte of Ancona, he began to paint graffiti in 1999. From that year onward, graffiti has been a constant in his life becoming a full time street artist.
Federico has specialized in hyperrealism, technique very difficult and complex, especially considering the use of the spray and the large size of his works. Federico strives for an impact as powerful as possible, creating a strong connection with the audience, a key element of his artistic creations. Federico recently started to create abstract works, paintings with a strong intrinsic energy, perhaps a breakthrough with his artistic past.
Its continuous technical and stylistic evolution led him to paint portraits spray canvas and steel plates, exhibited in personal as well as group exhibitions, which have had a great impact on the public and collectors. Among the main places where he painted and exhibited include Los Angeles, Ecuador, Netherlands, Turkey, Georgia, Croatia, Romania, and of course Italy. His last personal exhibition was in March 2013 in Piazza Duomo in Milan, at the headquarters of the Bank ING Direct.
Federico has also collaborated with the fashion world, creating in 2011 limited edition bags and shoes for the ZENUX company (Russia) and in 2014 limited editions jeans and handbags for the DONDUP (Italy). Those collections have been sold worldwide.
Francesco Taddeucci is a creative, a graphic designer and a VJ. He performs graphics motion works, drawing pictures and illustrations.
Francesco Taddeucci has always loved to draw, design and create. Growing up Francesco has discovered new and different ways to express his ideas and nonsense. With the technology growing with him, he went from a simple style, characterized by a pencil, a video projector and a strip of wood, to a digital aptitude, with squares and compasses in graphic programs.
Today Francesco is a creative, graphic and a VJ. He performs graphics motion works, drawing pictures and illustrations. Furthermore, he participated with his installation at events for Tuscan clubs such as Viper, Tenax, Sonar, Tender, Casa Cantoniera.
Gio Pastori works as an editorial illustrator, he realizes most of his artworks with the collage technique.
Gio Pastori was born in 1989 in Milan, where he lives and works as an editorial illustrator. He has three brothers and a palm tree on the terrace. Gio studied design before the specialization in the editorial Illustration in 2012 Editorial, to which he approached starting from the digital drawing. After a year he felt the need of a more concrete vision in his work that resulted in the collage technique with which performs most of his illustrations.
He collaborates with Italian and international newspapers, he draws for micro publishing, for fashion and for internet. His clients include: Life, Amica, Men's Healt USA, Architectural Digest India, gnambox, Lampoon, Peck.
La Fille Bertha has a wide background that ranges from illustration to psychology. She works as a freelance artist, muralist, illustrator and designer.
La Fille Bertha
Born in 1984, La Fille Bertha has a wide background that ranges from illustration to psychology. She studied in Milan, Vienna and Cagliari, where she currently lives. She works as a freelance artist, muralist, illustrator, designer.
"I was born from a cloud raining while deeply .. Growing, I Decided to move to the Moon: here, now, I feel quite comfortable, as if I had Reached my real home, for the time being! Sometimes it's cutting easier to use symbols, rather than spoken words ... "La Fille Bertha
Through this suggestion you immediately get in touch with what we might call the enchanted world of La Fille Bertha, who, since childhood, draws through a spontaneous and compulsive form which results in endless sketches. Her visual imagination is populated by creatures from feminine features that show to the viewer a glimpse that encompasses both a thin thread of vanity and mystery, a sort of rarefied reality, far away from the noise of the modern world. The protagonists of her works are ermetic, ephemeral, almost elusive. They seem to float in a timeless dimension, as claimed by the artist: "The figures I draw born on paper but exist for a while somewhere in my mind, where there are almost dormant." The atmosphere, made with pastel tones, seems to suggest silent, magical and surreal places, which transform the surrounding environment in a decorative background by alternating irregular pattern, thus amplifying the visual impact.
Moreover, in addition to pursuing her own research and manufacture individual, she works as a freelance illustrator in the world of publishing, fashion and music industry. Since 2011 she produces her draws on t-shirts and accessories, with its own line.
Stefano Galasso isn’t confined to a defined style and he experiments in different areas such as landscapes, portraits and abstract themes.
Stefano Galasso was born in Milan on April 27th, 1973. He soon discovered his interest towards art and design. He got a Degree in Architecture at the Politecnico of Milan and actually works as architect, while keeping focused on his true passion: he dedicates every spare moment to creation of both large and small size works.
Stefano's art cannot be defined by a specific style and he always like to experiment in different areas and topics, ranging in the representation of natural and urban landscapes, portraits and abstract themes. His research always aims to represent chromatic and compositional contrasts, the movement and the unstable, and in his abstract themes is evident the influence of extreme perspectives of the architecture.
Marco Boetti and his brother Mattia work primarily with public authorities and publishing houses, they are specialized in naturalistic illustration.
Marco e Mattia Boetti
After a degree in Illustration at the European Institute of Design in Turin, he starts to take detailed courses on the main artistic techniques, graphics, and on teaching.
He began working primarily with public authorities and publishing houses, specializing in naturalistic illustration, creating posters, targeted graphic projects, murals and “trompe l'oeil”. He has collaborated with the municipality of Genoa in museums sector; he exhibited to Euroflora '06 at International Library for boys "Edmondo de Amicis" and at the botanical garden of the University of Genoa. He also exhibited at the Natural History Museum in Piacenza and Ferrara and at the Capellini Geo-Paleontological Museum in Bologna. He realized some tables for the Regional Natural Park of Portofino, Aveto and the Ligurian Alps (IM). He has published with Gruppo Editoriale "RCS" and "Hobby & Work Publishing" in Milan.