This is an intimate love story between the two things I'm most passionate about: illustration & typography.
If you look closely, this ongoing series of artwork shows more than meets the eye. 
The pin-up girls are not just designed to exude all the typefaces' qualities, they also tell a story, which goes beyond the simple pairing of colors and a shapes.
I had many in-depth chats with the designers who created and drew the characters' font families in order to give a soul to these graceful ladies posing with their typographic soul-mates.
Over 40 typefaces have already been explored in the past few years. 
And the series is ongoing still far from an end.
Check www.chicksandtype.com to a dedicated overview
Initially a series of three calendars were printed using a variety a fine heavy papers selected from the most prestigious paper factories around, such as Cordenons and Fedrigoni. 
Aim was to show in one product of daily use both the artistic usage of type as well as the functional one.
BOOK
THE 40s: THE STORY OF A DECADE - The cultural and political history of the watershed decade of the 20th century, as told by the New Yorker.
The New Yorker/Random House
EDITORIAL
Selection of 10 spots illustrations made for The New Yorker special Crime & Detective Christmas issue.
The New Yorker
PATTERN/ POSTER ART
MBFF Poster Exhibition
MBFF/Milano Bicycle Film Festival
EDITORIAL ARTWORKS
Selection of artworks published in the past few years on magazines and newspapers including The New Yorker, Vogue, The New York Times, Boston Globe, GQ, Times, Washington Post, L'Espresso, Wired and many others.
Magazines & Newspapers
BOOK
Internal & cover illustrations for the Dorothy Parker's anthology COLGANDO DE UN HILO
LUMEN
EDITORIAL SPOTS
Selection of spots illustrations made for The New Yorker.
The New Yorker
BOOK
CARMEN, selected artworks.
Eli
FB EVENT COVER SET
Eight 'holidays related' covers commissioned by Facebook to customize at best your very special events.
Facebook
PORTRAITS
12 Illustrious characters who has lived and contributed to the Florentine Renaissance portrayed to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the prestigious Costi&Poggiali printing house. A calendar has been printed is a luxurious Savile Row Plain (color Camel) 300gsm.
EDITORIAL
Selection of 10 spots illustrations made for The New Yorker special Food issue.
The New Yorker
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