WHAT I AM, WHAT I LOVE, WHAT I DO. AND ABOVE ALL BECAUSE.
Elisa Seitzinger lives in Turin, where she works as an illustrator, visual artist and teacher of morphology and image dynamics at the European Institute of Design.
She studied drawing and art history in Florence, Atlanta, Nice and London.
Her path, inspired by the stylistic codes of classical art, sacred and courteous medieval art, primitive painting, Russian icons and Byzantine mosaics, always starts from the ink drawing, pursuing a two-dimensionality and a stillness with a strong symbolic charge .
Winner of the 2018 Illustri Award – Design category and selected at the same Festival in 2019, she exhibited at the Museum of Applied Arts Today in Turin, at the Le Dictateur gallery inside Futurdome in Milan, at MUSES in Savigliano, at the Oriani Library in Ravenna, at the Auditorium Parco della Musica and at the Farnesina in Rome, at Studio 59 in London and at the NOI Gallery in Paris. Also she has been invited as a guest to numerous visual arts festivals, including Italianism, Graphic Days®, Inchiostro Festival, Pawchewgo.
She has worked and still works for La Repubblica, L’Espresso, Rolling Stone, RAI, BBC, National Geographic, Warner Music Group, Taschen, Fandango, Codice Edizioni, Sabat Magazine, Favini, 1724 Tonic Water, Etro, KristinaT.