Artist feature – Andrea Rossetto Sep 14 2016Latest signings
Advocate's latest signee Andrea Rossetto brings a lot to the table. With his masterful rendering of the natural world and great attention to detail, we think he'd be perfect for history and educational books older and real styles. If you'd like to see more of his work, please visit her Advocate portfolio.
"I was born, I live and work in Vicenza.
I graduated in DAMS (Disciplines of the arts, music and entertainment) at the University of Bologna.
Since 2004, I have been working as an illustrator and cartoonist for several publishers, Italian and foreign. I worked as an illustrator with Zanichelli, Pearson , Disney Use, Cappelli, Lattes, Cepu, Compass Italian Coca-Cola Company, Einaudi Ragazzi, Giunti, Lisciani giochi. As a Cartoonist my business is divided between Italy and France, with publishers Les Humanoids Associes, Soleil, Bamboo, Disney, Star Comics, Renoir, Rainbow.
I collaborate with some studies for the realization of advertising illustrations.
I teach drawing and digital coloring at the International School of Comics, based in Padua.
I participated in various group exhibitions with the group of artists called “SchioComics”, and the exhibitions “Vinc” and “Interferenze” (2015) in Vicenza.
I am a member of the Association “Autori di Immagini” (AI)
My interest in the arts began with cartoons and comics,
these influences led me to a three-dimensional style, in some cases realistic, in other more cartoon.
Over the years I realized that my style was also suitable to the illustration for children, especially for the young sector, which I prefer, as it gives me the opportunity to create humorous characters and to use bright colors, inspired by my favorite cartoons .
I love drawing nature, especially forests and mountains, and I love my job because it is very varied and it gives me the chance to experiment a lot of graphics solutions, but mainly because it allows me to communicate in an essential way through color and line
I love my family, the walks in the mountain forests and the clouds that pass you by, the Enya's music that I listen to while I work, and a good beer."