Design illustrations that question us about our society. The key of Francesco is locatable among all. Minimalist forms, curved and dynamic, large areas of color. A perpetual questioning in these quality illustrations. Imagined in Austria and printed in France.
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Taille S : 30 x 42 cm
Taille M : 50 x 70 cm
Materials : Art Innova fine paper 210 grams
Colors : multi
Information : Printed 150 copies, digital signature, delivered with certificate of authenticity. Sold without frame.
A society that evolves, in perpetual movement. Human relationships that change, but always place love at the center of the game. Distance relationships, love holidays, love at first sight ... Here is the universe of Francesco. His identifiable style challenges us. He wants us to reflect on feelings and passions, once forbidden, accepted today. Political message? Artistic for sure!
His colorful world will amuse you. Fresh and colorful, printed in France on a high quality paper, you can easily introduce these large boards into your home. And best of all, editions made by Sergeant Paper's workshops are limited to 150 copies, and come with their certificate of authenticity. Not bad is not it ?
Francesco Ciccolella is a young Austrian illustrator based in Vienna. He studied graphic design at the Vienna University of Applied Arts. Although her illustrations are minimalist, Francesco Ciccolella delivers a strong message asking us about the world around us. Combining smart concepts with simplicity: Francesco's illustrations tell stories and convey ideas in the most direct and unexpected way. Best known for his spiritual ideas, he virtuously uses visual metaphors and humor, adding a human touch to his work and making complex concepts and simple messages accessible to the viewer.
Known in the world of communication and media, Francesco Ciccolella imagines illustrations for customers around the world: from Google to IBM through many media such as The Guardian, The New York Times or The Financial Times