After living my whole life in Milan, in 2017 I relocated to Toronto to pursue my Master in graphic design. 
In this experimental print work I addressed questions about the relationship between personal identity and the places we call 'home'. Overlaying a touristic map of Toronto and a topographic map of Milan, using the same exact scale and orientation, this work generates a new, impossible topography hinting at the paradox of exploring a city by using the map of a different one. 
Laser and risograph printing on newsprint, 11x17 inches. ​​​​​​​
The original maps. 
Personal Geography
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Personal Geography

Experimental print work using maps from two different cities to create a new, virtual topography.
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