Olimpia Zagnoli (February 29, 1984, Reggio Emilia) moves to Milan where she graduates from the European Institute of Design. His career began in 2008, with the publication of his first illustrations in Italian and international newspapers such as Il Sole 24 Ore and the New Yorker.
Zagnoli quickly conquers the world by creating a unique style made of soft shapes and saturated colors. His editorial collaborations include those for The New York Times, Taschen, Vanity Fair, Penguin Books, La Repubblica. He illustrated two children’s books entitled The World Belongs To You and Mister Horizontal & Miss Vertical. His lively images have been the setting for campaigns by customers such as Google, Apple, Barilla, Perugina, Fiat. There are also many collaborations in the world of fashion with brands such as Fendi, Marella and Prada, for which he designed a limited edition of t-shirts and accessories. Parallel to his commercial work, Zagnoli carries on his personal artistic research, made up of visual experiments such as music videos, design objects and interactive sculptures.