Guido Scarabottolo was born in Sesto San Giovanni in 1947. He graduated in architecture from Milan Polytechnic and has worked for the most renowned Italian publishers, RAI, major advertising agencies and major national companies. From 2002 to 2015, he designed all the covers for Guanda editions, illustrating most of them. Since 2016, he has been teaching an illustration course at the ISIA in Urbino. Currently, his drawings appear in “Internazionale”, the Sunday newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore”, the “New York Times” and the “The New Yorker”. He has also published several children’s books and numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad have been dedicated to his work. Among the most recent are: “Tempo perso” at Galleria L’Affiche in Milan, “Desenhar desenhos” in Macau, “Elogio della pigrizia” in Cremona and Ferrara, “Sotto le copertine” in Parma, Castiglioncello and Fiesole, “Wish” at EXPO and Galleria L’Affiche, “Smarrimenti” at Palazzo Blu in Pisa, “Cover revolution” at the Italian Cultural Institutes in New York and Dublin, “Signs” at the BASE space in Milan, “Luogo Comune” with Luigi Belli at Galleria L’Affiche and “Viaggio in Islanda” at Torre Mirana in Trento. He lives and works in Milan.
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