Chiara, briefly introduce you to the readers.
Hi guys, i’m Chiara borned, raised and working in Rome in my little studio “30verticale“.
What is your very first memory connected to art?
I was in my mom’s belly and I kicked her just right in front of the Basilica of Santa Chiara in Assisi.
Who or what made you become an illustrator?
It was after 4 years of Art Academy, the professor was examinating my paintings and he said “those are much more illustrations than paintings…”.
What are the artists of the past who have most influenced your artistic vision?
Late gothics, Manierists, Realists, Impressionists, Brian Wilson and David Hockney.
What about your artistic process and the techniques and mediums you use?
First of all I make a sort of text and images research about the thing i have to illustrate.
Then I choose a format and the tecnique i want to use. I draw a lot and then it just come out very naturally, puff, usually better than I thought at the beginning.
It’s like i want to make it right, but I also have kinda hurry to let it out.
What are the projects you love most?
I do love all the project in wich i have to tell a story, so mostly all kinda projects (books, music, festivals, advertising, tv…).
What is the ideal place to create?
My lovely studio of course, which is in the most beautiful city in the world!
I also love my parents hometown in the mountains, and in front of the sea…I’m such romantic…
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What are your favorite subjects?
My friends, and music.
What contemporary artists do you admire?
What has been the most satisfying project for you till today?
The sensation you have when you decide that a piece is finished, its like, yes it is it.
Every successfull project if it fits, is a win for me.
What are you working on?
My 2018 Calender and a serie of prints.
Any artistic dreams you can share with us?
Probabily something in fashion.
Where can we follow your art?
Chiara, what is ART for you?
It was born as a human need, then it has became a way to communicate with God, then it turned in a trade, it has became political and revolutionary.
Today it is a way to make money for the big lobby, but there is still someone who carry it on his shoulders as his first essence: create to comunicate.