Ciao! My name is Giovanni! I specialise in graphic design, branding and identity. Creating a brand is not just about making a logo, brands are not that, brands are people and all the sensations that they bring with them. A brand is the sound of your favourite band, the smell of a pie cooked by your grandma and the taste of cold ice cream on a hot summer day. Brands are stories, and I am here to help you tell these stories. My approach is based on unbiased and critical research used for problem-solving. My main goal is to bring meaningful and helpful solutions for our society, while still having fun with my passion. I do not like putting labels on what design is, for me my practice is malleable and able to change its shape based on the client and the brief presented. Some brands I worked for : Armani Exchange, Fabric London, Monkey Shoulder, Magnum Tonic Wine, Warm Street, No Ego.
Warm Street is a great agency that works for music related businesses and events, the approach is based on investments on smaller and underground realities as a way of supporting companies' branding. I enjoy a lot being in their team, they are lovely open-minded people and we have a crazy good synergy. At Warm Street, I cover every graphic design aspect of all the jobs they get, from identity design to zine designs, to logos and presentations. WS4EVA
I did an internship in a social media marketing and web design studio in south Italy called Seed Media Agency. It was an amazing experience, I worked in a nice group of experienced designers and strategists and had the chance to learn a lot about the industry. I worked on the design of different websites and identities with the main design team.
I worked as a graphic designer for Olio, an app that lets people share unwanted or left-over food. I was in charge of designing visuals for all the social media channels and of working on advertising campaigns.
I have attended a Master Course in Graphic Branding and Identity at the University of the Arts London (LCC). My grade was an A (First)
I graduated in 2017 with a 2.1 in the BA Graphic design course at Camberwell College of Arts (University of the Arts London) This was an incredible experience that formed me as a designer in a really open-minded and experimental way.