About
Marco Goran Romano is a young award winning illustrator based in Milan, Italy.
He works in his studio located in the sunny Navigli neighborhood, near the Darsena.
In 2014 he was selected as one of the “20 Under 30” New Visual Artist by Print Magazine.
His work has been featured in the pages of many books and mag… Read More
Marco Goran Romano is a young award winning illustrator based in Milan, Italy.
He works in his studio located in the sunny Navigli neighborhood, near the Darsena.
In 2014 he was selected as one of the “20 Under 30” New Visual Artist by Print Magazine.
His work has been featured in the pages of many books and magazines. Read Less
Awards & Pubblications
2014
. Featured on Visual Families, Gestalten
· 20 Under 30 — New Visual Artist of 2014 for Print Magazine.
· Award of Excellence — Selected for the Communication Arts Typography Annual 2014.
· Creative Quarterly Award 35

2013
. Information is Beautiful Awards, Long list.

2011
· Adweek Talent 100 — Top 10 desi… Read More
2014
. Featured on Visual Families, Gestalten
· 20 Under 30 — New Visual Artist of 2014 for Print Magazine.
· Award of Excellence — Selected for the Communication Arts Typography Annual 2014.
· Creative Quarterly Award 35

2013
. Information is Beautiful Awards, Long list.

2011
· Adweek Talent 100 — Top 10 designers of 2011 for Adweek Magazine. Read Less
Selected Clients
Airbnb, Atlanta Magazine, Brownbook, Corriere della Sera, ESPN, Economia Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Entrerpreneur Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Fast Company, Gold - Your Street Dealer, GQ, IBM, Il Sole 24 Ore, La Repubblica, Le Monde, Men's Health, New York Magazine, Reader’s Digest, The Good Life, The New Repu… Read More
Airbnb, Atlanta Magazine, Brownbook, Corriere della Sera, ESPN, Economia Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Entrerpreneur Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Fast Company, Gold - Your Street Dealer, GQ, IBM, Il Sole 24 Ore, La Repubblica, Le Monde, Men's Health, New York Magazine, Reader’s Digest, The Good Life, The New Republic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vita Magazine and WIRED. Read Less
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