Giulia Zoavo is an Italian illustrator based in NYC who loves telling stories and making people smile.
Influenced by pop culture, toys, children’s books and by her background as a graphic designer, she creates minimal, conceptual and humorous illustrations with a particular attention to details and a hint of cuteness.
She has collaborated with international agencies and clients, illustrated and talked live for Adobe and has been included in the online archive of American Illustration.
She's also the art director of Cosebelle, a web magazine mainly focused on women and gender equity.
Selected clients / collaborations
Sagmeister & Walsh, Coca-Cola, The New York Times, Adobe, Snapchat, Logitech, Italianism, Rizzoli, BBDO, LePalle.it, Lavazza, Advertising Week, Juventus FC, Bocconi University, BNP Paribas, TBWA.
Selected collective exhibitions
2018 – Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 – the Design Museum, London
2018 – How do You Say Pattern in Italian? – Appartamento Lago, Milan
2018 – Artists for Education – Mondadori Duomo, Milan
2014 – The Sky Belongs to All Eyes – Le Dictateur, Milan
2013 – Un homme juste est quand même un homme mort – Palais de Tokyo, Paris – fanzine exhibition
2018 – AdobeLive Vector Art stream – San Francisco
2017 – AdobeLive @ 99U Conference – New York
2015 – About side projects – Quasar Design University – Rome
2017 – American Illustration – Chosen
2010 – One Show College Competition – Merit
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