Written by Prosper Mérimée
Publishing House — ELI in 2013
Art direction — Daniele Garbuglia
Illustrations — Simone Massoni
FB EVENT COVER SET
Eight 'holidays related' covers commissioned by Facebook to customize at best your very special events.
Christmas Campaign 'Gifts All Wrapped Up' for the Mr Porter/Net-A-Porter brand including a series of characters interacting with objects and a 1 minute animation used to launch the campaign.
MrPorter / Net-A-Porter
CHICKS & TYPE
A true love story between the two things I'm most passionate about: illustration & typography. All time classics typefaces meet their gracious soul-mates.
Typography & Pin-Ups
Selection of artworks published in the past few years on magazines and newspapers including The New Yorker, Vogue, The New York Times, Boston Globe, GQ, Times, Washington Post, L'Espresso, Wired and many others.
Magazines & Newspapers
Characters based campaign for the Swiss brand Dar Vida.
GQ's Advertorial Series
For four issues of the German GQ's Mag I've recently had the pleasure to collab with Art director Jana Meier-Roberts for this special section of the mag. What was asked was to do the so-called Advertorial, which means Brand product placement into editorial pieces. For four straight months I was asked to take care of the Men Of The Year section and make original contents under Jana's careful art direction playing with brands such as Hugo Boss, Volkswagen, Regent Hotel Berlin & Grey Goose.
THE 40s: THE STORY OF A DECADE - The cultural and political history of the watershed decade of the 20th century, as told by the New Yorker.
The New Yorker/Random House
Selection of 10 spots illustrations made for The New Yorker special Crime & Detective Christmas issue.
The New Yorker
FOOD CHOCOLATE DESIGN
4 colors screenprints and a book. Commissioned by Sabadì & Happycentro the project "Food Chocolate Design" has been exhibited at Pitti Taste 8, held at the outstanding Stazione Leopolda in Florence.
Pitti Taste / Happy Centro
Selection of spots illustrations made for The New Yorker.
The New Yorker
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