Illustratore Italiano is a magazine dedicated to Italian and non-Italian drawing and draftsmen. It is a magazine designed both for experts in the sector and professional designers and for simple illustration enthusiasts and lovers who want to discover new artists and behind the scenes of their works.
Characterized by a pocket format, each issue is dedicated to a different theme that guides illustrators, who are then left free to express their art.
The magazine's job is to give itself the same freedom that a designer should have when expressing himself: to be free to create what he knows best.
ISSUE 9 - STEREOTYPES IN CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Do monsters always have to be male? And the princesses always helpless girls? In this issue ILIT offers a report on diversity, gender, ethnicity and bullying in children's books.