| ProfessionalHow were your illustrations used? :
Magazine or newspaper inside or spot illustration/sHow did you make this work:
“Emil lives in London, in the UK, where it got so hot in July that the temperature rose above 40 degrees Celsius — 104 degrees Fahrenheit — for the first time ever. It caused chaos. Some schools closed, airport runways melted and train tracks looked like they might break from the heat.”Commissioner Name :
Commissioner Company :
The New York Times for Kids
Giulio Bonasera is a freelance illustrator and animator. His work has appeared in the pages of The New York Times, Harper’s, The Wall Street Journal, Politico, GQ, The Economist, among the others. Morphing iconic signs in a playful combination of elements, he likes to keep his conceptual compositions tied to a stylized and minimal approach.