Francesco Bongiorni, born in Milan in 1984, is an award-winning Italian illustrator currently based in Spain. He collaborates with clients worldwide, including The New York Times, NewYorker, Air France, The Guardian, Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Le Monde. His style is characterized by sophisticated visual impact and a distinctive attention to detail, often with a dual narrative that makes his images evocative and surprising. Fluent in Italian, English, and Spanish, he communicates seamlessly in all three languages.


The New York Times, The NewYorker, Philatelic Office of the Vatican, San Marino Philatelic and Numismatic Bureau, Roland Garros, Football Club Internazionale Milano, The Guardian, Doctors Without Borders, Municipality of Madrid, Washington Post, Scientific American, Time, The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Harvard Business Review, The George Washington University, Yale University, Penn University; Princeton University, The Royal Academy of Arts, Ac Milan, Lancôme, Penguin Random House, Le Monde, Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Belmond Ltd., Johns Hopkins University, Pfizer, Forbes.