Alice Pasquini. Rome 1980. illustrator, visual artist, stage designer and painter. Her favorites canvases are the walls of the city she cross. Her murals are in Sydney, Brest, New York, Barcelona, Oslo, Moscow, Paris, Copenhagen, Marrakech, Berlin, Saigon, London, Rome and in many other cities worldwide. She joined many artistic urban, international festivals, museum and galleristic exhibitions. Her productions speak about people and their relationships, exploring human emotions from different points of view. The woman, main subject of her works, is outlined by a strong and independent spirit, which distinguishes it from the stereotypes. Graduated at Fine Arts Academy in Rome, she’s lived and worked in Britain, France and Spain. In Madrid she received diploma in Animation at the Ars animacion school. She works with international clients, such as: Nike, Range Rover, Toyota, Microsoft, BBC, Martini, El Corte Ingles and various communication campaigns. Editorial: design magazine Experimenta, Il Venerdì di Repubblica, satire magazine Greenager. In 2011 Rizzoli published Vertigo, a graphic novel, illustrated by Alice and written by Melissa P.