Artist Cristina Bernazzani Creates Surreal Illustrations About Our Society – Design You Trust

Artist Cristina Bernazzani Creates Surreal Illustrations About Our Society

Cristina Bernazzani lives in a small Italian town between Lecco and Monza. Besides being a full-time social health worker, she is one of the Depositphotos top contributors with 30 years of experience in illustration.

The artist has a recurring theme in her works — the problems and vices faced by a modern society which she illustrates by focusing on individuals. The topic may seem complex and sad but Cristina manages to present them in such a way that instead of sadness and despair, her audience feels hope and becomes more aware of what’s going on around them.

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