Emiliano Ponzi is an illustrator based in Milan, Italy, his bold textured illustrations use repetition, a judicious use of line and strong graphic compositions to define and communicate the concept at hand. His illustrations appear in advertising, magazines, book, newspapers and animations. His clients include The New York Times, Le Monde, The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, Time, The Economist, Newsweek, United Airlines, Penguin books, Saatchi & Saatchi New York,Leo Burnett Iberia and in Italy: La Repubblica, Feltrinelli, Il Sole 24 Ore, Mondadori, Wired, Triennale Design Museum. Emiliano has received numerous honors including a coveted Young Guns Award from the the New York’s Art Directors Club, medals of honor from the Society of Illustrators New York, Los Angeles and 3×3 Magazine Pro show. Awards of excellence from Print, How International Design Award, Communication Arts Illustration Annuals and American Illustration Annuals.
Divorce with regret
Award ceremony Poster • SI New York 54, grahic design by Tara Jocoby
Books and Neurons
Scenes in books activate neurons and memories. Reading about a person drinking and describing the coffee cup he is tasting, light those brain areas that contains the memory of the coffee smell. So reading about an experience that we lived is very close to live it for a second time.
The Exquisite Book
100 Artists play a collaborative game by
Julia Rothman, Jenny Volvovski and Matt Lamothe
Foreword by Dave Eggers
Boston Globe magazine cover
“Building better doctors” The Boston Globe magazine October 30 2011
Topic was about the relationship between doctor and patients, how to improve it.
Carbon Offset, A Redemption
The power of imagination, from Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson