Annalisa Grassano spent most of her time drawing when she was a child and realized she was going to be an illustrator or a tip tap dancer.
Tip tap shoes were very uncomfortable, so she became an illustrator.
Annalisa creates conceptual illustrations because she believes that illustration is a way to make people reflect and think.
In her works she tries to transmit the essence of an idea, condensing it into a visual dimension. Her style is simple, with minimal detail, and a strong emotive vision.
She was born in the south of Italy and currently lives and works near Milan.