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Andrea De Santis
Andrea De Santis
About the Artist
He started drawing when he was a child, continually looking for ideas that would increase his imagination. After graduation at the Art School, he started working as Graphic Designer in several fields, such as Toys, Apparel, Communication…
Nevertheless the illustration has always been his dream in a drawer, that’s why one day he decided to apply completely himself to this art as a freelance.
He creates covers for Italian and foreign publishers, e.g. Pan Mcmillan, Suhrkamp, Gestalten, Einaudi, Feltrinelli, Mondadori. He also works for important communication agencies and Science, Psychology, Wellness magazines, such as WWD, Oprah magazine, New Scientist, The Observer/The Guardian, John Hopkins e Variety.
What stands out for you as one of your favourite career highlights so far?
Surely working for many magazines like The Observer magazine (The Guardian), Oprah magazine, Rebook magazine, Variety and many more.
Who or what influences your art?
Before I realized to be a conceptual artist I followed artists with a totally different style such as the great artist Miroslav Sasek, Jùlia Sardà, Karl James Mountford, Tomasz Wagner and Yuri Shwedoff, more close to my style lately I had the honour to discover and admire the works of others these big artists: Karolis Strautniekas, Cohen Pohl, Rafael Varona, Kozou Sakai, Reno Nogaj, Riccardo Guasco, and Tom Haugomat.
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