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Cosa mi ha insegnato il mio primo #INKtober

InkTober è ormai un appuntamento annuale per moltissimi disegnatori, così quest’anno dopo diverse edizioni passate da spettatrice ho deciso di mettermi alla prova. Complice il personale cambiamento di rotta e la voglia di cimentarsi a colpi di disegni quotidiani sui social, ho così iniziato un sfida che sta diventando un vero e proprio progetto personale a lungo termine. Per chi ancora non lo conosce, l’iniziativa InkTober è stata lanciata nel 2009 dal disegnatore Jake Parker come una sfida per […]

Featured // Paper Dolls on The Commercial Dispatch

I have the great pleasure to share a new press release about my (almost) viral custom paper-doll portraits! It appeares on The Commercial Dispatch today issue. Below there’s an abstract from the article itself, but there is actually much more to read! If you don’t have the chance to get a printed copy of it, you can either read the full article online HERE What happens when you suddenly find yourself […]

Featured // RI_FLESSIONI

In occasione del concorso fotografico (e relativa mostra) dal titolo RI_FLESSIONI tenutosi a Velo D’Astico, sono stata selezionata come finalista per la collettiva allestita nella biblioteca storica della città. Il tema proposto era la rappresentazione dell’attesa, secondo uno sguardo ed una prospettiva in grado di esprimere in modo originale le diverse sfumature di questo sentimento. La foto con cui ho partecipato è stata tratta dalla mia esperienza come set designer […]

Custom Paper Dolls // Illustration

Looking for something “out of the box” and crafty? Still wondering what to give as present for your next anniversary? I can do original and family portraits: hand-made with love and care, custom-made just for you! I work on high quality heavy paper 140gr/300lb with professional inks. I am always open to new ideas and improvement: I love to experiment! Here is how it works: send me the pictures of people […]

Ruins from the Future >> Paris/Verona performance!

On August the 3rd and 4th “Ruins from the future” performance took place simultaneously between Paris and Verona (Italy) thanks to AbacO, a young architects and designers collective. I was one of the lucky ones who won their competition to enter new ruins from a possible future, and consequently join their exciting peregrinations between France and Italy. You can see the winning proposal post here. If you missed the exhibition […]

La Catrina goes to University (again)!

Hello folks! I am very excited to share with you my upcoming class at the MUW – Mississippi University for Women as a drawing instructor and mentor! This wouldn’t be possible without the amazing job of the Life Enrichment Program (LEP), which offers intellectually stimulating non-credit courses for adults in the greater Columbus area who share a love of learning and/or teaching. They are taught by volunteers from the community who […]

Featured // Winning proposal for “Ruins from the future” Contest

In the beginning was a project called “Ruins from the future”, which won the Call for Ideas “[Re]vive. A contemporary factory of culture”  promoted by [im]possible Living for the FuoriSalone of Milan’s Design Week (April 2013). AbacO, a collective of young architects, took the move from the activity developed for [im]possible Living to talk about the abandon of buildings in big cities, and more to think about the impact of human action […]