“From industrial design to visionary painting Guido Bottazzo creativity is about looking at things with the eyes of the child”

Guido Bottazzo is an Italian artist whose cultural roots are to be found in the world of architecture first, and later in that of transportation design.

Back in 2003 he graduates with honour at the IUAV of Venice and after he focuses on industrial design attending ACCD of Pasadena, Los Angeles from 2005 to 2007, with honour grades.

Having cooperated with leading companies in the world of design, from transportation design (Fiat, Iveco, Brilliance, Tata, Toyota) to product design (De Longhi, Stiga, Pinarello and many other), Bottazzo has always been researching unique drawing techniques and themes to be explored.

Since 2012 he has been bringing to life a collection of visionary paintings, with his personal philosophy named The pure eyes of the child in which Guido tells stories of an imaginery and positive world, seen from the eyes of the Child living in each of us.

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