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Here it is a brief selection of my works.
If you don’t find anything similar to your research, contact me: I might show you some other trials and examples or we can work together on an unpublished project.

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Ich Bic Cristal Vector Illustration T
 Illustration This is a personal project i make as a vector exercise and homage to the Bic® hystorical and archetypical piece of design. The illustration is all made by vectors, the only raster element is...
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Ich Gruppo Alcuni Various Artwork T
Art Direction, Branding, Graphic Design ©Gruppo Alcuni This is a short selection of various artwork done for Gruppo Alcuni, Teatro Stabile di Innovazione and Il Parco degli Alberi Parlanti. Special thanks to Giorgia Dacquino for the presentation...
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Ich Auriga Branding T
Art Direction, Branding, Graphic Design, Illustration Born in 2008, Auriga provides buses and professional drivers for local transport shuttles, tours and transfers in Italy and abroad. In Ancient Rome, the Auriga was a slave whose duty...
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Ich Il Taccuino del Paleontologo T
Art Direction, Branding, Graphic Design ©Gruppo Alcuni The Paleontologist's Notebook, inspired by the classic professor Jones Moleskine, is a children guide through the theme route of dinosaurs in the Talking Tree Park, set in Treviso. The route...
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Ich AeBricole Branding T
 Art Direction, Branding, Graphic Design Quite close to Venice, AeBricołe is a venue where you can find the most typical features of a classic pub alongside some of the historical peculiarities of local tradition, such...
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Ich Agilis t
Art Direction, Graphic Design, Illustration Agilis is a Management Software, made by Omega Gruppo, which aim is produce ERP areas class, full of useful data for supporting company processes, always looking forward for Industry 4.0 in a...
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Ich A Colazione con i Cuccioli T
Art Direction, Graphic Design, Packaging ©Gruppo Alcuni A colazione con i Cuccioli© by Tognana. Special thanks to Giorgia Dacquino for the presentation...