I am very proud to present a fresh-off-the-spoon hand-printed edition of my new children’s book: “Un merlo a Milano” (A blackbird in Milano). The project started years ago, when Serena Piazza, a Milano-based Italian writer, asked me to illustrate one of her short stories. We did not have deadlines or pressures, and this was probably […]

This a draft print of my latest work: a concertina book about animals and their habitats. I made a series of paper cut works last year, that I decided would fit perfectly together in a book: I involved Charlotte, a friend, lawyer and mother, that wrote a series of hilarious rhymes for each scene. The […]

TRANSLATION is a group exhibition of works by artists who have either moved away from their countries to live and work in a different culture and language, or who translate between different types of language: scientific, musical, linguistic and visual. It offers a dialogue between languages, in a multifaceted exhibition of artists’ books, sculptures, prints and […]

Few months ago I was invited to be part of the annual Book Arts exhibition organized by Laramie County Library The theme for this exhibit, Ensemble: Inspiration and the Artist Book, complements the Library’s 2018 music-inspired summer reading program, Libraries ROCK! In the invitation sent to artists, the curators encouraged to think collaboratively and to involve […]

I have just received my copies of Olga di Carta#2 – Jum Fatto di Buio, published in Italy by Salani and written by Elisabetta Gnone, and full of my papercut illustrations. “Olga is a little girl as thin as a leaf, she takes short breaths and her existence makes very little sound apart from a […]

  I am very proud to be part of this beauty, published today by Salani Editore: 33 Italian celebrities have been asked to think back on their childhood and to write a story about memories and happiness. Each story has been assigned to an artist that had to create one full colour illustrator over the […]

Last month I was invited to take part in a micro artist residency in Stanhope, a village not far from Durham, in the North of England. I was invited by Highlights, a scheme that involves around 80 villages in rural areas across Cumbria and County Durham & Northumberland bringing National and International shows, concerts, craft […]