A city, an imaginary magazine and 52 artists.
Paying homage to the iconic covers of The New Yorker and inspired by The Parisianer project, Zetalab, a design and visual communication studio, has created The Milaneser.
The aim of the project is to tell Milan in all its aspects, from skyscrapers to railing houses, from downtown streets to the suburbs, through the illustrations of 52 artists from all over Italy called to represent the aspect of the city to which they are most attached.
Then, each illustration is presented to the public as if it were the cover of The Milaneser, a magazine that does not exist, totally imaginary.
Zetalab’s project is supported by Associazione Illustri and for the moment only 6 artists have revealed their works, but not to miss all the next illustrations follow The Milaneser on Instagram and Facebook and discover below the names of all the artists involved.
Artists involved: Alberto Fiocco, Alberto Casagrande, Alessandra De Cristofaro, Alessandro Baronciani, Alessandro Serra, Alessandro Ripane, Alice Piaggio, Andrea De Luca, Andrea Bozzo, Andrea Manzati, Beppe Conti, Carlo Stanga, Cecilia Castelli, Chiara Belmonte, Claudia Alexandrino, Davide Barco, Davide Pagliardini, Elia Colombo, Fabrizio Morra, Fausto Montanari, Francesco Poroli, Franco Brambilla, Giordano Poloni, Giulia Zoavo, Giulia Neri, Ilaria Urbinati, Joey Guidone, Luca Font, Manuel Bortoletti, Marco Marella, Marco Oggian, Marco Goran Romano, Marianna Tomaselli, Matteo Riva, Matteo Signorelli, Mattia Distaso, Mila Leva, Mirko Càmia, Monica Alletto, Nazario Graziano, Philip Giordano, Pierpaolo Rovero, Ray Oranges, Roberto Hikimi Blefari, Saleh Kazemi, Sara Gironi Carnevale, Silvia Mauri, Silvia Reginato, Stefano Marra, Veronica Cerri, Vito Ansaldi, Ylenia Vinil Manzoni.