Angela Corti was born in San Fernando, Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1978. She is a graphic designer, graduated from the University of Buenos Aires. She also participated in workshops of illustration and creativity in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden, with the artist Camilla Engman (2011). Angela has been teaching Graphic Design at the University of Buenos Aires for three years, and since 2013 she gives seminars and workshops on collage. She has worked as a graphic designer for over 10 years in her own studio and is co-creator of DiComo. Her illustrations are based on the folklore and legends of objects from Argentina (she won the Seal Award Good Design 2011, Selection BID'12 among other awards). Since 2010, she has been working exclusively as an illustrator, designer and freelance artist for businesses and publications in Argentina and abroad. Her first book as an illustrator was published by Edelvives Argentina in 2014. Angela’s work, is inspired by both her personal life stories and her country’s folklore. She creates her own worlds of reality and fantasy, using primarily collage technique with papers she crafts from silkscreen prints. She also incorporates recycled papers, cardboards, and drawing. Angela has had solo exhibitions in Buenos Aires and Denmark and has participated in group exhibitions in Argentina, Mexico City and Sydney, Australia. In October 2014, she curated "Sudestada Drawing and Illustration" with Alejandro Bidegaray, a collective exhibition of 40 Argentinean artists, also shown at Grand Salón de Mexico in Mexico City. To see more of Angela's work, you can visit her beautiful website at: