CITIx60 Art Print Project Milan City Map Illustration by Federica Ubaldo
Plunge into the commercial and fast-paced world of Europe’s fashion capital in the CITIx60 Milan City Map rendered by local illustrator Federica Ubaldo. With the map’s innocently roaming full-figured characters and homogenous facades of residential buildings, Ubaldo sheds light on Milan’s role as Italy’s core industrial powerhouse. Objects like a slice of pizza, a lute and rainclouds are enlarged and highlighted, whereas iconic cultural landmarks blend into the architectural landscape, accentuating the lifestyles and emblems central to Milanese culture.
Specialising in editorial illustration, Federica Ubaldo is a Milan-based graphic designer is noted for her surrealist style that breaks free from the logic of reality. Ubaldo’s work often mixes traditional media with digital techniques, ensnaring viewers within a web of peculiarities. She holds a degree in illustration and multimedia animation at Istituto Europeo di Design.
CITIx60 Art Print Project is an extension of CITIx60 City Guides. Milan City Map is specially produced as a creative collaboration for CITIx60: Milan between viction:ary and Federica Ubaldo, exclusively available on victionary.com. Selected city maps are available as limited fine art prints, numbered and/or signed, following publication of the guides.
Printing Specs: Gallery quality, Giclée print on 100% cotton, acid free, archival heavy-weight art paper, resistant to colour fading. Available Sizes: A1 (840 x 594mm) and A2 (594 x 420mm) Numbered edition of 60 (by format) Unframed and delivered in a strong poster tube
*Please allow a lead time of 10 business days to dispatch.