Daniella Ferretti created a series of four illustrations highlighting tasks of daily living like cooking, taking care of plants and shopping. Inspired by everyday life, Ferretti’s illustrations are included in a current exhibition, “Ilustres días,” at Emerging Space Zink in Salamanca, Spain.
Daniella Ferretti used the vibrant city of Barcelona as her inspiration for these new additions to her portfolio. Her views of Barcelona’s facades feature the unique characteristics of the city’s architecture. Daniella combined texture, shape and pattern to recreate the urban beauty of the city’s architecture in her current series of illustrations.
Daniella Ferretti created an illustration for a poster and postcards for La cantante calva en el McDonald’s, a play by Lluïsa Cunillé. Produced by LaMicro Theater as part of its summer session festival, the play takes place inside a McDonald’s restaurant. Characters play lonely souls living a life of fantasy while existing in a world defined […]
Daniella Ferretti created an illustration to accompany a personal essay published in The Boston Globe Magazine, “Mom Swipes Right,” by Nate Hinchey. In the essay, a daughter describes her experience after her parents divorce. She talks about her mother and her search for love. Daniella’s impactful illustration of a woman reaching for love is a touching image that […]
Daniella Ferretti created an illustration for a horoscope spread in the February issue of House Notes, the Soho House’s monthly magazine. The article entitled, “Starry eyed,” discusses the impact of Mars on passion, drive and love. Art directed by Niklas Juli, Ferretti highlights colors associated with Mars: deep warm reds and violet. Her celestial image of a […]
Daniella Ferretti submitted two illustrations to the 10th International Illustration Meeting of S.João da Madeira, that have been selected for a finalists’ exhibition featuring the works of 25 illustrators. Ferretti, inspired by the theme of this year’s exhibition, “Mesh,” created these two beautiful illustrations of people perched on trees flying kites and others fishing, to show the ‘mesh’ of fine […]
A play that follows the trials and tribulations of four immigrant women working as domestic workers in Chile premiered in NYC in June. Nanas explores the impact of gender, class, and privilege on the lives of immigrant women far from their homes. Daniella Ferretti’s telling poster illustration, in muted pink and faded denim blue, conveys the loneliness and anonymity of life […]
From an observatory in Berlin, on the night of September 23, 1846, the astronomer, Johann Galle, and his student, Heinrich d’Arrest, made a brilliant discovery. Confirming their mathematical calculations, the pair discovered the planet, Neptune. Illustrating the auspicious moment for the scientific magazine, Principia, illustrator, Daniella Ferretti, created this imaginative composition of the two scientists placing […]
Daniella, is a Chilean illustrator, who currently works and lives in Barcelona, Spain. Daniella, has a colourful, conceptual style of illustration and is inspired by nature, travels and daily life. Committed to her craft, Daniela has also completed a Creative Illustration Postgraduate Degree.