Tagged: italy
  1. 23

    Jul 2013

    Panfilia aka iThinkp.!

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    I love these zany vector creations by Italian graphic designer and illustrator iThinkp.! The website is full of mad characters, and I particularly like the one in the footer (a little runaway blob holding up an arm which is a holding up a pencil)! From looking at all the interesting projects on show, I can see that iThinkp.! brings a bit of fun to everything. And how about those bright colours!

  2. 17

    Jul 2013

    Riccardo Guasco

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    There is an embarrassingly good ensemble of work to be enjoyed on Riccardo’s website. This ranges from illustration, paint on canvas, short narratives, clothing and more. I love the way his shapes seem to fold over each other effortlessly to become beautiful pieces of work.

    Riccardo was born in Alexandria in 1975 and now lives in Casale Monferrato in Italy. His influences include Picasso, Munari and Rodari.

  3. 5

    Feb 2013

    Cristian Grossi

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    Cristian Grossi is a graphic designer, illustrator and fabric designer from Italy. Some of his designs can be very minimal, yet others are intricate and crammed from of details. His vibrant colours and clean vector style line work are what epitomise his visual creations. The abstract nature of his designs can be hypnotic, strange and disturbing, in the best sense of the word.

  4. 22

    Jan 2013

    Angenia Creations by Tonia

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    Tonia is an Italian jewellery maker and aspiring children’s book illustrator. I hope you find her work inspiring, despite the fact that the work I’ve selected to show here is not illustration. Tonia is inspired by Japan, and it shows in her work, which is an interesting blend of manga and western children’s toys. I’m sure there would be a sizeable market for her beautiful jewellery. I’m probably not her target audience (30+ male), but I can definitely appreciate what she does!

    Visit the Angenia Creations blog for more information.

  5. 20

    Jan 2013

    Federico Mariani

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    Federico Mariani is an Italian illustrator, toy designer and graphic designer. I like his minimalist toys, which use just simple shapes, nice colours and interesting facial expressions. His illustrations include infographics, maps, children’s books and more. Clients include Mondadori Ragazzi, Edizioni EL, Editoriale Scienza, Grani & Partners/Preziosi Collection, Big & Small Peluches, and Ellepi baby apparel.

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