Marta D’Asaro is an Italian illustrator and graphic designer who, after studying at the European Institute of Design, decided to take a few years to travel between Europe and the United States working as music editor of Vice.
After this period, which lasted almost three years, she found work as creative director of a literary magazine that, due to the small budget she had at her disposal, gave her what would later become her profession.
Her illustrations are minimal, with a strong conceptual meaning, but, unlike her previous graphic works, she added elements she did not previously use: human figures.
The relationship that she loves to investigate is that of human-computer and, the message behind her works are always very clear and direct.
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