Artist showcases with Posca ink

A creative and engaging way to encourage ordinary people to approach the world of beauty and art. For 40 years, all over the world POSCA marker accompanies creativity in all respects. On the occasion of Fuorisalone in Milan 2022, Posca will be present in via Ciovasso 6 (Milan), within Brera Design Week.

Uni Posca, born in 1983 from a collaboration between Osama and Uni Mitsubishi Pencil, is the temperament marker par excellence, an authentic reference in the world of art and creative hobbies.
To date, Osama boasts the distribution in Italy of well over 70,000,000 pieces.

To celebrate the iconicity of the cursor, Posca will stage a real innovative exhibition created by designer Giulio Iacchetti who will present Posca wave, modular system for storing the legendary POSCA colored markers in an upright position. The system made entirely of recycled plastic creates a potentially infinite chain, where each joint carries a marker.
This “modular wave” can be attached to the wall, providing free and creative ways to place the markers even in the work area.

Visitors passing through the site will be able to actively contribute to the decoration of the site walls and will be able to observe 6 artists, illustrators and designers who will pay tribute to Posca with a live performance.

THE ARTISTS

Pao
Paolo Bordino (Pao) was born in Milan, where he lives and works. He trained in theater as a mechanical engineer, sound engineer and stage technician in the company of Dario Fo and Franca Rame.
In 2005, he founded Paopao Studio, which further developed after meeting graphic designer Laura Pasquazzo.
In 2007, after the Street Art, Sweet Art exhibition set up at the PAC – Pavilion of Contemporary Art in Milan, in the field of art, he developed new bi- and three-dimensional experiments (geometric, pop and magic) such as the study of holograms and new surfaces without forgetting the street art projects.
He exhibits in numerous group and personal exhibitions, museums and private galleries, in Italy and abroad.

Ilaria Faccioli
He lives and works in Milan, where he founded “Two hands are not enough”, a studio that deals with illustration and graphic design. He works mainly for publishing, his works are among others published by Rizzoli, Feltrinelli, Electa Kids, Magazzini Salani, Usborne. For several years he has also worked in the textile design sector designing collections of fabric. She holds color and drawing workshops with children and adults.

Francesco Caporale
He lives in Milan with a southern heart.
After graduating (and stealing his computer), he discovers “Doodle Art”, which he defined as “Art of Error”: a creative exercise that does not include pencil but indelible ink, with which an empty space is swept away without thinking the end result or be afraid of making a mistake.
Thanks to his studies in advertising graphics and artistic management at NABA in Milan, he transformed the exercise into a real style and thus became a professional illustrator.

Mario Trimarchi
Architect and designer he designs to understand the poetic soul of objects. He worked for Olivetti Design Studio designing PCs and ATMs. He led a master’s degree in design at Domus Academy. He founded FRAGILE, a corporate identity study. He won the Compasso d’Oro with the Ossidiana coffee machine for Alessi. In 2019, his first solo exhibition took place in Paris entitled “Mario Trimarchi. A romantic radical. Reflection, designs et objets en équilibre”. Draw day and night.

Mario Stilla
Neapolitan illustrator and designer based in Milan. Since childhood immersed in visual arts, he attended the Art Institute, awarding a diploma at the Comix Multimedia School in Naples and completing his studies with a specialist degree in product design at the Politecnico di Milano. Precisely the influence of design and planning enriches his illustrations through dynamic and contemporary forms.
The most significant project he participated in is “Rubicon”, completely illustrated by him for Boom! Publisher – Los Angeles.
His multifaceted attitude and education led him to collaborate with design brands, including recent experiences with Saint Laurent and Off White. He is currently working with Themoire, an eco-sustainable leather brand.

Giulia J Rosa
Illustrator and Motion Designer from Brescia.
His illustrations are completely digital, made on the iPad and finished with graphic processing programs.
She is widely followed on the web and has an Instagram page @giuliajrosa with more than 500,000 followers, and her work has been published in national and international magazines such as Forbes Magazine, Sky Arte, Vogue italia, laF, MarieClaire, Vice, Picame, Wired , Collater al, Sogood and Society.
He collaborates on the creation of illustrated volumes and editorial covers for Einaudi, Giunti, Rizzoli, DeAgostini, Mondadori and Hop Edizioni.
In February 2021, she published her first illustrated author book “Pages Not Found – 28 Stories of Life, Love and Other Problems”.

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