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Milano, Italy, Italy
Designer (Art Direction)
Member since August 19, 2008
I'm the founder and designer half of Will & Tommaso. We're a small communication studio that tries to make good stuff for good people.
We make campaigns and stories that people want to engage with. We create culturally valuable activities that produce content that’s compelling and relevant and that everyone – client and consumer alike – benefits from.
Since 2006 I've been active in the social communication field by co-founding Good50x70. I'm now a partner of poster for tomorrow, a project that uses the design medium to promote active citizenship.
I like helping young people to learn to be better and more conscious designers. So far I've been involved in education activities such as workshops and lectures across four continents.
When I'm not too busy with copying and pasting, I contribute articles to designaside, Italy's leading design website.
POSTER FOR TOMORROW poster for tomorrow is an international project to promote active citizenship through the medium of design. We want to encourage people, both those in and outside the design community, to make posters to stimulate debate in the local and international communities on issues that affect us all.
It all started last year as a way for a group of designers to draw attention to the censorship that people across the world suffer from, but grew into an international movement to campaign for every man and woman’s right to freedom of expression.
We've chosen posters because, on a basic level, are easy to make and distribute.
On a wider level, they’re an attractive and accessible platform to express thoughts, engage people in debate and create discussion across the whole spectrum of society.
But it's not only about nice pictures. We're extending our activities to include music as well in the near future. Our aim is to create work, if not art, that will transcend poster for tomorrow and can become a movement for change that cannot be ignored or denied.