Camilla Falsini's work is characterized by clear lines, stylized and minimal shapes, strong colors and ranges from illustration to large wall murals, design objects and books.
After classical studies, Falsini's receievd a degree in illustration at IED Rome. She started working as an illustrator collaborating with Italian and foreign agencies and publishers like Rizzoli, Einaudi, Erickson Edizioni, etc., and companies such as Samsung, Michelin, Nike, Lavazza, B&B a... as well as publications like Vanity Fair, Rolling Stones Magazine, The Washington Post...
In 2020 Falsini won, together with the WeAreJungle agency, the “Piazze Aperte” competition as part of the CLEAR project – City LivEAbility by Redesign, for the regeneration through tactical urban planning interventions of two squares in Milan.
Between 2016 and 2018 Falsini published three illustrated books: “100 CHEVALIERS” in France for the Amaterra Editions; “ZOOM: The biggest circle ever”, for Victionary, Honk Kong; “5 WILD SHAPES”, for QED Publisher, United Kingdom, which has been published in 6 languages: english (UK, USA and Canada) for QUARTO GROUP, french for GALLIMARD, spanish and catalan for EDEBE, dutch for Standaard Uitgeverij NV, italian for Gallucci Editore.
Falsini is one of the illustrators selected at the 2017 Bologna Book Fair. She has taken part in many group exhibitions (including one at the Milan Triennale, two at the MACRO in Rome, one at the MADRE in Naples,) and between 2015 and 2019 he has exhibited in three solo exhibitions in Ravenna, Florence and Bologna.
Falsini's murals can be found in Rome, Milan, Turin, Palermo, Naples, Padua, Bormio, Brescia, Monza, Ravenna, Bologna, Viterbo and in Molise, Marche, Basilicata. She also made murals in interiors, such as an entire room in the Madama Hostel in Milan, in companies and offices in Rome and Milan, in schools and playrooms or private houses.
Select Clients: Vanity Fair, Nike, Samsung, The Washington Post, Michelin, Pfizer, Lavazza, Cartoon Network...