Francesco Bongiorni is a freelance illustrator and artist. Francesco studied painting at the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. In an interview for The Adobe Creative Magazine, he confessed that:
“In the beginning I studied painting, but it felt too ‘free […] “I needed some boundaries, some limitations. I do my best work when I have a certain size, a deadline, and a topic to represent. When I’m given too much liberty, it’s uncomfortable.”
According to his bio, he is constantly looking for new challenges:
“Francesco Bongiorni creates impactful and conceptual illustrations, interpreting and synthesizing complex ideas in an original way. He is able to do that thanks to his particular ability to clearly identify and communicate the essence of the idea.”
What’s more, his adventurous self and busy schedule make him split his living in three cities, namely Milan, Madrid, and London. He was featured in household editorials and university press, such as:
- The New York Times
- The Guardian
- The Wall Street Journal
- Chicago Tribune
- Le Monde
- The Washington Post
- The Boston Globe
- The Harvard Review
- Yale University
- Princeton University
- University of Pennsylvania
- The Royal Academy of Arts
- The George Washington University
… and the list could go on. Not long ago, The American PRINT Magazine added him to the list of the best visual arts talents under 30 worldwide.
Below you’ll find a collection of his amazing illustrations. You can also check out Francesco Bongiorni’s official website.
Francesco Bongiorni’s Works
Every single one of his works tells a story or a pressing issue in today’s society. Can you tell what’s the gist of each work? Tell us your theories in the comment section below. Share this post on your favorite social media platform. Tag your friends and see if they can guess correctly. In the meantime, subscribe for more daily snippets of creative designs!