Noumeda Carbone – Communication Arts Fresh

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12.15.08

Noumeda Carbone

Illustrator

Noumeda Carbone

Duration: I’ve been working as an illustrator since 2005.

Staff: Just me.

Education:
I attended the Istituto d’Arte di Firenze and earned a degree in Arti Grafiche with the specialization in illustration and engraving, and the Master Gestione di Impresa Cinematografica (MAGIC) in Rome.

Cultural Influences: George Bataille, Marquis de Sade, Antonin Artaud, Jacques Prévert, Federico Fellini, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, ukiyo-e, Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel, Edward Hopper, Paul Delvaux—and music.

Environment:  I work in a little studio in the center of Florence.

Philosophy: I love the error, the small surprise between lines and the light.

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About Noumeda Carbone Italian artist and freelance illustrator

I'm a Paris born, Italian artist and freelance illustrator based in Florence, Italy. I work with ink, pigment liner, felt-tip pen. I like the error, the small surprise between lines, the light. www.noumeda.com

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