Camilla Falsini is an illustrator born and raised in Rome, where she still lives today.
After studying classics, she got her diploma in Illustration from IED in Rome and began working as an illustrator, collaborating with agencies, Italian and foreign publishers, companies, newspapers and magazines.
Her work is marked by clean lines, stylized shapes and strong, minimal colors, and ranges from editorial illustrations to large wall paintings, pieces of design and books.
She has also created installations, large-scale paintings, murals and sculptures, and has published three illustrated books.
Her work has been featured in many collective exhibitions (including exhibits at the Triennale in Milan and MACRO in Rome) and she has taken part in national and international street-art festivals.
She is proud to have worked with Corriere della Sera, Nike and Adidas, Lavazza, Comune di Roma, and Rizzoli, to name just a few.
Every two months, BASE welcomes an artist selected alongside Illustri, an association that brings together established and up-and-coming illustrators. The artists spend a week with us, staying at casaBASE, working in the burò, BASE’s project house, and getting involved in life at BASE and the initiatives underway. The creative output of the residency then becomes the poster for the BASE magazine.