Lisa Vannini ( is my pick for today’s talent!
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Lisa is an illustrator and concept artist from Italy, she worked in animation and publishing. The posts you’ll find on her IG are mostly focused on environments, animals and cute little creatures, some characters and lots of natural elements. I’m pretty sure after taking a look at her feed the first word that pops up in my mind is “colorful”.

The overall feeling is a mixture of joy and tenderness and it’s partly given by the coloring style partly by the adorable figures. Her art is also a strange and fantastic combination between illustrations that would perfectly fit into a children’s book and others that seem perfect for a short story on the big screen. I love both ends of the spectrum and I hope you’ll like them too.

The first pic is a piece she made for #folktaleweek, it’s called “Saint Mark’s Rosebud” and was made after a legend from Venice. There’s a sad story between Tancredi and Vulcana she shared on the caption that wants lovers to bring a rosebud to their woman on Saint Mark’s day. The art is gorgeous I can feel the struggle the lady is going through. I also like the gondola she painted (it’s the traditional boat you’ll encounter if you visit Venice!)

The second and third images are both artworks inspired by her travel to Japan. She loved the city so much that even the typhoon couldn’t push her away from her favorite spot (awesome art, I like the ray of sun coming in!). And then the mountain, she captured the oriental spirit so well in that piece.. The red dominance is strong, very cool, but overall balanced and I find the foxes to be soooooo cute!

What do you think about Lisa? Do you also love what’s going on here?
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I hope you liked it, and see you tomorrow for the next episode!