Graphis —the international bastion of excellence in design and visual imagery— featured Castelletti in the Graphis Design Masters Portfolio along with legends such as Milton Glaser, Herb Lubalin, Paula Scher, Massimo Vignelli, Ikko Tanaka, Paul Rand and Stefan Sagmeister among others.

Andrea Castelletti is an Italian multidisciplinary creative director and designer living and working in Milan. His work won various awards, including three Graphis Platinum, eight Graphis Goldtwo Graphis Silver and one ADCI Silver among others.
After his bachelor’s degree from IED in 2007 he started collaborating with TW2, an advertising agency based between Milan and New York. During this period he also got involved in the making of social/political posters. Some of his work has been displayed in exhibitions in more than 40 cities around the world, including Les Art Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre in Paris and La Triennale Design Museum in Milan.
He has worked on international projects for numerous clients including Lavazza, Technogym, Pepsi and McDonald's. He has been jury member of Graphis (NYC), ADCI Awards (Italy), Poster for Tomorrow (Paris) and Walls Down — 5th International Poster Exhibition, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (Perù).
In 2010 he started his career as an independent creative. Blending handcraft, photography, illustration and digital design to a strong strategic vision, Castelletti works primarily on branding, advertising, graphic design and packaging, collaborating both with agencies or working directly with companies.
If not at work, he can be found teaching Fashion Art Direction at Polimoda, playing with his dog Paloma or travelling around the world.
Düsseldorf, Germany, Fachhochschule Düsseldorf (University of Applied Science)  /  Tokyo, Japan, Trade Fair Tokyo  /  Cologne, Germany, Japanese Cultural Institute  /  Nagoya, Japan, Peace Boat, Nagoya's Port  /  Kōbe, Japan, Peace Boat, Kōbe's Port  /  Tokyo, Japan, Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World 2  /  Osaka, Japan, Creative Network Center Mebic Ogimachi  /  Frankfurt, Germany, Asia Lounge, 6.1 D15 Book Fair Frankfurt  /  Shiraz, Iran, Vesal e Shiraz at Souratgar Gallery  /  Kütahya, Turkey, Dumlupinar University (Fine Arts Faculty, Graphics Department)  /  Tehran, Iran, House of Art (Graphic Design Week)  /  Dortumund, Germany, Kulturort Depot (Cultural Center Depot) /  Osaka, Japan, ATC Asian and Pacific Trade Center  /  Seoul, South Korea, Doosung In the paper Gallery  /  Düsseldorf, Germany, Japanese House /  Tehran, Iran, Iran Art Organization  /  Cannes, France, 58th International Festival of Creativity (ACT Responsible pavillon)  /  Tehran, Iran, Imam Ali Museum of Arts  /  Ankara, Turkey, Bilkent University  /  Beirut, Lebanon, Lebanese American University  /  Belgrade, Serbia, The REX, Cultural Lab  /  Brussels, Belgium  /  Buenos Aires, Argentina, The University of Buenos Aires  /  Chungnam, South Korea, SangMyung University  /  Derry, Northern Ireland, UK, University of Ulster  /  Gdansk, Poland, The Academy of Fine Arts  /  Heidelberg, Germany, AM Theaterplaz  /  La Paz, Bolivia, Museo Nacìonal de Arte  /  Lima, Perù, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola  /  Lisbon, Portugal, LX FACTORY  /  Los Angeles, California, USA, Seyhoon Gallery  /  Marrakesh, Marocco, ESAV, Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels  /  Milan, Italy, La Triennale di Milano Design Museum  /  Montreal, Canada, Université du Québec  /  Paris, France, Les Arts décoratifs, Palais du Louvre  /  Quito, Ecuador, Universidad San Francisco  /  Seville, Spain, Facultad de Bellas Artes de Sevilla  /  Strasburg, France, Agora Building, Council of Europe  /  Stockholm, Sweden, The Design House  /  Tbilisi, Georgia, Cultural Center of French Embassy  /  Vienna, Austria, MuseumsQuartier  /  Bozeman, USA, Montana State University  /  Aosta, Italy  /  Naples, Italy  /  Florence, Creativity Festival  /  Luleå, Sweden, Norrbottens Museum  /  Holon, Israel, Beit Meirov art center
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