Satirical And Minimalist Illustrations By Francesco Ciccolella – Design You Trust

Satirical And Minimalist Illustrations By Francesco Ciccolella

A selection of the beautiful minimalist illustrations by Francesco Ciccolella, an Austrian artist who manages to display satirical messages in spite of soft and colorful creations. Francesco Ciccolella has collaborated with numerous publications, such as The Guardian, The New York Times or Wired.

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