Valeria Petrone’s striking imagery garners a lot of attention, but it was particularly exciting to see her recent American Illustration profile.
Covering her sun-drenched childhood, inspirations, influences, and the technical aspects of how she creates her graphic work, it provides a colorful snapshot into the life of this fabulous illustrator.
In celebration of Dante’s 751st birthday, Guido Scarabottolo is proud to present LOST – 28 Drawings on the Divine Comedy.
Part of a citywide celebration of the poet’s legacy, those lucky enough to be in Pisa, Italy, are cordially invited to attend. The show will take place at the Palazzo Blu, located at Lungarno Gambacorti 9, from May 26th until September 10th.
When Carlo Stanga recently sent along this incredible image for Italy’s “Il Venerdi di Repubblica,” the special Friday edition of the national paper, our jaws hit the floor. This is precisely the kind of work that made us so excited to collaborate with Carlo in the first place – dynamic, full of energy, and distinctly his.
We simply had to share!
And don’t forget, you are always invited to check out more of his work here.
Looks like MGI artists are becoming international transit artists. We have created so many posters and art cards for the MTA here in NYC and now Valeria Petrone has illustrated this whimsical piece for Florence, Italyâ€™s public transport system (ATAF) to promote a healthier environment. The illustration will be used as posters and on bus tickets.
Guanda, an Italian publisher that Guido Scarabottolo frequently works with, has just released a new line of 200 pocket-sized books.Â Guido was asked to do portraits of 44 of the authors, and they’re throwing an exhibition to showcase the paintings.Â If you’re in Milan near the Feltrienelli Piazza on Sept 16th at 6:30, be sure to pop in and say hi!
Click on the images below to see some of his portraits.