Visual Designer based in L'Aquila, Italy, specializing in creative and graphic design, visual communication, brands, logo processing, logo restyling, corporate identity, brand image, stationery, covers, posters, paper, publishing projects, graphics, viral marketing, advertising, billboards, merchandising, packaging and product design. Sensitive to drawing and illustration since adolescence, the Visual Designer Stefano Divizia goes through urban trends embracing hip hop culture with graffiti, street art, digital illustration, contemporary art projects and much more. If it is true that every individual is the result of experiences that, over time, form him, then it is correct to insert a selection of heterogeneous visual communication works divided into three sections ranging from a more formal working sector connected to graphic design, to creation of logos and brand image, to another more linked to contemporary art projects, a more creative type of design, linked to analogical bases and urban culture.
Graphic design from the creation, development and management of the brand, to the service of the customer and your company. Here you will find some examples of graphic design combined with some examples of visual design of the Visual Designer Stefano Divizia: strategic and creative projects able to build a functional brand identity and a brand image oriented to the business through a targeted vision, able to develop business growth through the establishment of your brand.
A selection of creative works with an analogical base that go through various illustrative techniques: from sketches to pencil drawings, analogical illustration, photo retouching and post-production, media mix, digital illustration, to free digital projects and experimental painting techniques with which the Visual Designer Stefano Divizia shows contemporary trends and the continuous development of the creative art of Illustration and visual communication.
A combination of Graffiti and Street Art, often used by Stefano Divizia to summarize all the forms of visual art that emerge in urban areas, characterized by specific urban codes and that inspire the current creative process. The latter, in fact, is crucial for the development of current lifestyles, for music, for dance, fashion and urban architecture. The main Culture, in practice, steals through continuous integrations, mergers and embezzlement, the so-called Street Culture.