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    Two illustrated stories about Italian welfare and artisanship
I've illustrated these two stories for an Italian magazine called Vita.
The first story is told by Philippe Daverio a renowed professor and art critic.
He talks about italian artisanship emphasizing the importance of this particular sector for Italy. The professor also analyze the structure of the Italian's boroughs and how it has affected the development of medieval bourgeoisie.
The second story is told by Giulio Sapelli an italian economist and historian. 
He describes some anecdotes about the lives of two important Italian entrepreneurs,
Enrico Mattei and Adriano Olivetti. The first was the founder of a energy company called ENI, the second was the founder of a company called Olivetti.
Professor Sapelli focus his speech about the innovative aspect introduced in the Italian welfare by these two entrepreneurs.