Francesco Bongiorni is an Italian illustrator born in Milan. He has studied printmaking, screen printing, comics and painting at the Academia de Bellas Artes N.A.B.A. from Milan, the University of Fine Arts of Salamanca and the IED from Milan. And now he lives on horseback between Madrid and Milan.
Francesco Bongiorni creates striking and conceptual images, interpreting and synthesizing complex ideas in an original way.
It produces strong and sophisticated illustrations, conveying a clear and direct message to the viewer. His style is synthetic and direct, the result of his heterogeneous training.
Francesco Bongiorni regularly collaborates with: The New York Times, AC Milan, Air France, The Guardian, Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and Le Monde.
His works are presented in the most important years of illustration such as: Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators of New York and American Illustration.
In 2018, the illustration “One Million Steps”, created in collaboration with the Illustri Festival and dedicated to a Doctors Without Borders campaign, won the silver medal in the Institutional category at the New York Society of Illustrators.