Ale Giorgini started drawing when he was child and has never quit. Today he works as illustrator and has participated in exhibitions and events around the world even if he doesn’t move out from Vicenza, his hometown. He is director of Illustri Festival, a biennial event of illustration, teaches at IED European Design Institute in Turin, International School of Comics in Padua and Idea Academy in Rome. When he’s not working at one of these, he spends time with his dog.
Gio Pastori was born in 1989 in Milan, where he lives and works as an illustrator since 2012. His work is featured by the technique of the Paper-Cut and appears on international magazines and newspapers. Gio holds a B.A. in Product Design at Politecnico di Milano and a Postgraduate Certificate in Editorial Illustration at CFP Bauer Milan and has been mentioned in Forbes 30 under 30 Europe list, class 2017.
Quentin grew up on a beach in south of France, where he started out drawing simple silhouettes in the sand. Today he lives and works in Paris, where those summer vibes of his childhood by the sea continue to haunt his colourful work for the pleasure of our eyes. Through his minimalist characters and beautifully composed patterns, Quentin captures a world of bikini-clad women riding crocodiles, surfers in harmony with sharks, and gardens of crisp and juicy watermelon.
Matthew Laurence Knott is a twentysix years old artist based in Orange County. He is best known for his bright, eye-popping style and obsessive use of color. There is a playful quality to his work that is influenced by his love for comic books and cartoons. He is a self-taught artist with no formal art education.
Decue is the pseudonym for the Los Angeles-based illustrator Diyou Wu. Originally from China, today she is known for her fashion and editorial illustration work characterized by bright colors, optimistic vibe, and intriguing combinations of patterns and textures. Fashion is one of her biggest inspirations.
Van Orton are twin brothers from Italy.
Their art is influenced by “Pop culture” and a design inspired by stained glass windows of churches, then evolve with geometric inserts and light lines.
Their style is really unique and recognizable, so that the term “Vanortonized” is used to indicate their mark.
Jenny Perez is an international contemporary artist from Miami, Florida. Perez is a culturally influenced, female empowering creative, leading today’s art millennial generation. Her works feature fresh perspectives to many personal experiences, topics and movements – with strong messages that tie into her paintings and captivate her audiences.