News

Giordano Poloni / New illustrator / Italy

We are happy to welcome Giordano Poloni among the roster of theartists of the creative clinic. Born in 1980 and resident of Milan, he earned a cinema bachelor’s degree in 2006. The same year he starts his illustrator career for clients as The Guardian, Scientific American Magazine, The New Scientist, Random House Australia, Wired UK, TIM Mobile... Inspired by his huge collection of comics, music videos, movies and photography books, he creates digital artworks highly reminiscent of his Italian heritage.

You may like

Giordano Poloni / Editorial news!

Giordano Poloni is inspired by cinema, by photography and by his Italian origins. Here is a very abstract illustration for the cover of the New Scientist magazine, another one illustrating shopping in Holland with its canals and its bridges, and two city scenes for Qualcomm.

Giordano Poloni / Greeting card

Giordano Poloni makes us look for Billy, the mascot of Syncrude Canada company, in his illustration for this greeting card inspired by the famous "Where's Waldo?". DDB Edmonton agency and Syncrude Canada fell under the spell of Giordano's talent which allies poetry, conviviality and a touch of tradition.

Giordano Poloni / Latest creations

Here are some of Giordano Poloni's latest projects; The poster of the documentary American Utopia by Maxime Pelletier-Huot, an illustration for GQ Travel and a last illustration created as part of a competition for Le Grand Paris Express.