Tiralento was created on the spur of emotion by a group of cycling veterans, united by their great passion for cycling, who wanted people to rediscover the unique clothing and footwear worn by competitive cyclists up to the late 1970s. Design and development of the e-commerce website.
Exhibition design and promotional material for the exhibition Ape/car identità in movimento by Mauro Corinti, at the Galleria Insieme of Ascoli Piceno. The photographer has researched the widespread use of three wheeled vehicles among teenagers in the Marche hinterland. The exhibition is organized by Anna Laura Petrucci.
Liberi da contratto are those workers who are under a continuous state of job insecurity with scarce social protection, ignored by the mass media but not by the revenue; they are self-employed professionals who work in the field of knowledge, art and creativity. This photographical project has become a self-edited book published in 40 copies.
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Sine tempore, a timeless travel into the Middle Ages is a self-published book by the photographer Norris Cocci, as the result of years of travelling in Italy in search for the most picturesque medieval historical re‑enactments. Texts by Ferdinando Scianna, Francesco Colotta, Anna Maurizi.
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Exhibition design — in collaboration with Monica Simoni — of Licini-Morandi divergenze parallele. About a hundred works displayed at the two locations in Fermo and Monte Vidon Corrado. The exhibition, promoted by the Province of Fermo, is organized by Marilena Pasquali and Daniela Simoni.
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Exhibition design, catalogue design and promotional materials for Simili ai fiori che bucano la neve by the photographer Daniele Cinciripini, organized at the Palazzina Azzurra of San Benedetto del Tronto. Sixteen elderly people narrate their lives in relation to the city.
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Graphic design and layout of the catalogue of the door brand Tiziano Rubini. The letters that form the name of the brand are printed on the opened spine. The technical section at the end of the catalogue is printed in two-colours on uncoated paper.
Fili attorcigliati is a self-edited photographic book published in nine copies that describes the country of Japan where modernity and tradition, punks and geishas, salary men and street vendors mix and intermingle in unexpected ways.