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Author: Giulia Sagramola
Giulia Sagramola is an Italian illustrator and cartoonist living in Barcelona. Her clients include The New Yorker, The New York Times, Ferragamo, Feltrinelli, Harrys, OECD, Boden, and many others. She's the author of the graphic novels “Summer Fires” (Dark Horse, Bao Publishing) and “Bacio a cinque” (Topipittori), and the children's books “Un drôle true pas drôle” (Rouergue), “My Banan Dog” (Greystone Kids, Les 400 coups). Her short comics have appeared in magazines like The New Yorker, Linus, Smemoranda, Rolling Stone, Vice, Courier, Millie, Traveler, Vita, Pure app. She won several awards including a Golden Medal from the Society Of Illustrators, for her self-publishing project Teiera. Her interest in developing personal projects brought her to experiment with surface design, ceramics, and embroidery. In her free time, she loves drawing dogs and rollerskating.