Emiliano Ponzi Illustrations

Selected editorial work by Italian illustrator Emiliano Ponzi.

Two years ago I introduced you to Emiliano Ponzi‘s mind-blowing illustrations and here comes a huge update to show you more of his amazing work. Through highly creative ideas and outstanding artistic skills expressed in lush brushstrokes, the Milan-based illustrator creates contemporary scenes with unique personalities. His list of clients includes major names such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, Los Angeles Times, Time UK, The Economist, The London Guardian, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, Newsweek, Businessweek, The Boston Globe, Le Monde, The Atlantic Monthly, Saatchi & Saatchi New York, American Express, Penguin books, United Airlines, Sports illustrated, just to name a few. Find more information below the first image.

Illustrations by Emiliano Ponzi.
Amazing illustrations by Emiliano Ponzi.

A unique painterly look that goes along with a clever mix of color, vitality, and a great sense of humor.

In addition to countless publications in magazines and newspapers, his work was shown in diverse ad campaigns, children’s books, posters, and exhibitions. Over the years he was awarded several times. Just have a look at the following selection. His work speaks for itself. If you want to see more of Emiliano Ponzi’s amazing illustrations, please visit his website.

Der Himmel über Berlin
Der Himmel über Berlin, a film by Wim Wenders. Editorial work created for la Repubblica.
The end of the artist as we know so far – gallerists, influencers, and critics have become the new stars of the art scene.
The end of the artist as we know so far – gallerists, influencers, and critics have become the new stars of the art scene.
Improving social condition
Improving social condition. This artwork depicts the wish to improve their own condition and the believe in providence.
Magic Mountains
Magic Mountains, an editorial illustration made by Emiliano Ponzi for Chicago magazine. The editorial presents some of the best skiing resorts for winter vacation.
My life as football referee.
My life as football referee, an editorial illustration by Emiliano Ponzi created for Esquire UK.
Red Riding Hood 2.0 – Telling stories from a different prospective.
Red Riding Hood 2.0 – Telling stories from a different prospective.
The Doubt
The doubt, an artwork based on the status between belief and disbelief.
What I left behind.
What I left behind.

All images © by Emiliano Ponzi.

5/5 (2)

Please rate this article.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here