Welcome back with a brand new article about one of the most important illustrators of his generation, Emiliano Ponzi!
Emiliano Ponzi, originally from Emilia, lives and works in Milan and collaborates with important newspapers and magazines, such as Le Monde, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Economist, Il Sole 24 Ore. In addition to having received numerous awards and mentions, Ponzi has also received commissions from major museums, such as the MoMA in New York.
Today we want to talk about the works he creates for the covers of books by great writers published for various publishing houses, such as Mondadori, Einaudi and Feltrinelli. Here are some of his masterpieces:
Paradiso e Inferno by Jón Kalman Stefánsson
Quel che c’è nel mio cuore by Marcela Serrano
Il grande (Poesie III) by Charles Bukowski
Le Signals by Ron Carlson
Giovani promesse by Martino Gozzi
Abbandonare un gatto by Haruki Murakami
Have you by any chance come across a volume illustrated by Emiliano Ponzi?📚🤩