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Romina Iannuzzi

Romina Iannuzzi
Romina Iannuzzi
Photo by Antonio Barrella
Romina Iannuzzi
Romina Iannuzzi

3 and a half years ago, her daughter was born and she was immediately an infatuation for her. She had been a graphic designer for 15 years and an illustrator ever since she had been able to hold a pencil.

She fell in love instantly with child illustrations for. She then had the idea for a brand that wants to show what children desire, allowing them to be the first creators of something unique and totally personal.

This means drawing dreams with four hands. From drawing cards for birthday parties, to drawing on bedroom walls, passing through images printed on clothes or pictures to be hung in rooms at home. DiSegni per bambini hopes for a dialogue profitable as much as fun between parents and children, or between pupils and teachers at school, so that, starting from the child’s idea, they arrive together at the creation. Above all it is a drive to encourage communication between adults and children that brings with it a fantastic mix of fantasy, invention and imagination.

Romina Iannuzzi is interested in modern art, street art and fashion design and they can all be seen in her signature style. DiSegni per bambini is a project dedicated to letting children’s imagination run wild and make it tangible: drawings, truly dreamed and requested, imagined and created by children are at last produced with the aid of an adult. In the constant updates on her Fb page, foxes in snow, children hugging trees and dinosaurs, reading moles, greedy bears and so on, run one after another, always in the colourful spiral of children’s imagination.

Every aspect is focused on personalising works, listening to the desires and inventions of children. It is like building something together: it is useful for learning to design, to collaborate, and to work constantly, even if it is a game. Because, as we know, there is nothing more serious than playing.

The story has been written by Gabriele Di Fronzo, writer.

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