Giacomo Moroso is a creative and graphic designer recently graduated from Kingston School of Art (2020) and currently living between London and Berlin.  He’s working in the fields of art and culture and his practice is focusing on printed matter, identities, art direction and exhibition design.

Working with a speculative mindset he takes a playful approach to real world happenings. Expanding the graphic mediums to fit new thinking and therefore new making. He’s interested in broadening the idea of publication and visual identities by applying a diverse point of view and analyzing it from a different perspective. He likes to engage my work in correlation with the space it will be presented.

Full CV & portfolio available upon request.


︎    Paradiso

This series of publications in tabloid format are a republication of Paradiso, the third and final part of Dante’s Divine Comedy.  It was written in the early 14th century. Allegorically, the poem represents the soul’s ascent to God.

Each issue represents one of Dante’s ten spheres of Heaven: the Moon, Mercury, the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, the Fixed Stars, the Primum Mobile and the Empyrean. 

︎︎︎    Series of publication. 144.5 × 380 mm. 91 pages. (2020)