is a young Turin based illustrator. Her works, dedicated to children, are really creative and imaginative: reinterpretations of fairy tales (Alice in wonder-zen or The pricess and soy bean), a hilarious new alphabet, children skateboarding at the park or giggling in the classrooms. Although the technique she uses is digital, the original idea of her drawings borns on paper. Because the studies on a work play a key role in the ultimate fulfillment of the work itself. This will free the creativity, inspiration and thinking time is longer. Beatrice’s illustrations are thought. The line is simple, clean, I dare say clear, and her works are not only for children, but for adults too. The main sources of inspiration are Gloria Pizzilli, Tara McPherson, Amandine Piu and Reunaud Forest, which she calls her “mentors”, although for the realization of her creations she sees billions of online portfolios and browses through a myriad of books, confiding to envying a little (a healthy envy) the great talents that exist in the world. I think she’s absolutely one of them!