What do I say about myself?

In 1988, just a step from the fall of the Berlin Wall and a few months after submission of the first episode of Ranma 1/2 in Japan (there seems to be no connection, but these two events, even if in different ways, have contributed to her training), Elisa Rocchi was borning between the area of Trastevere and Testaccio in Rome.
Then she grows, studies, grows, understands and does not understand, draws, eats, drinks, sleeps, sleeps, sleeps and works, works, works and studies, designs, photographs, creates, designs, plans and designs, prints, sings, sleeps while she's singing (and sings while she's sleeping), eats again, drinks again, and sometimes breathes... pretty much alive.
And since she moved to London has been able to open her eyes while she is doing all this.   And to set her up to appreciate it.
So just stop idle talks and think about serious things (almost everything that is on this site).

Elisa Rocchi starts in a very early age to interest on drawing and arts, thanks to her father and her uncle, amateur portraitists, and through Joan Miro's work she discovers the importance of the sign and of the colors bringing her to explore different paths of creativity, up to the graphic illustration.                                                                                                    

She joins the Industrial Design faculty at "La Sapienza" University in Rome, where she approaches to arts thanks to Achille Bonito Oliva's lessons. Her thesis, "Design of a temporary exhibition for the Green Fever Festival 2012", focused on sustainability and tradition, expresses her love for simple and "clean" projects and images.                                                                                                       

Moved in London at the end of 2012, starts a collaboration with a known worldwide graphic designer and photographer, Luca Monti.                                                                                        

Based in London, Elisa Rocchi is a polyhedric freelance, in search of a mix between art and rationality, beauty and method. She collaborated with small and big companies, such as the Portland Communications for Mc Donald's, and JPC Creative.




These photos are Copyright © 2013 Elisa Rocchi. All rights reserved.

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