Jacopo Rosati is an Italian illustrator.
He began his career in Venice in 2006 at Studiocamuffo as an illustrator and graphic designer.
He works mainly for the publishing and advertising market; over the years he has used various techniques to develop his works: from collage to digital software.
Jacopo likes to freely experiment with different approaches based on customer needs. He worked for Die Zeit, La Repubblica, Il Sole 24Ore, L’espresso, Maikii, Telepass, Eni, Das Magazine, Berlin Poche, Donna Moderna, Les Echoes, Playboy, Popular Mechanics, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Telegraph, Monocle, The Washington Post, Wired, The Good Life, Pirelli, Campari.