Diotisalvi Times



Printed and social media material for a series of workshops and talks, organised by the student magazine Diotisalvi Times in Pisa.

I made four illustrations, each in colour and in a black and white version for low–cost flyer printing.

The typefaces used are Terminal Grotesque and Terminal Grotesque Open by Raphaël Bastide and Jérémy Landes-Nones, under SIL Open Font License (OFL).










Arianna Dipollina (2019)

Arianna Dipollina is a recently graduated communication designer at PoliMi, Italy.
Some of her interests are: zines, book and magazine design, printmaking, illustration, visual identity and graphic design history. Some more are: the internet, sneakers, birds and food.
In addition to her visual design efforts Arianna is also an endless encyclopedia of useless facts about anything and everything.

Arianna Dipollina is a recently graduated communication designer at PoliMi, Italy.
Some of her interests are: zines, book and magazine design, printmaking, illustration,
visual identity and graphic design history. Some more are: the internet, sneakers, birds and food. In addition to her visual design efforts Arianna
is also an endless encyclopedia of useless facts about anything and everything.

dip.arianna@gmail.com
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