Marinella Michelini (Genoa, 1981) graduated in Communication Design at Politecnico di Milano in 2006. In Genoa, the city where she lives and works, she began her career working in the field of visual communication with Neutrostudio and Iconomia as a graphic and web designer, focusing on websites, corporate identit… Read More
Marinella Michelini (Genoa, 1981) graduated in Communication Design at Politecnico di Milano in 2006. In Genoa, the city where she lives and works, she began her career working in the field of visual communication with Neutrostudio and Iconomia as a graphic and web designer, focusing on websites, corporate identity and advertising campaigns. Since 2008 she has been working as a freelance between Genoa and Milan ranging from corporate identity to packaging, from publishing to the design of fittings, interpreting tastes and trends with traditional and multimedia graphic techniques and with particular attention to all contemporary languages.
She continued her collaboration as a graphic and web designer with graphic and architecture studios like Neutrostudio and New Srl. In 2008 she worked with MAR of Aosta designing the corporate identity and the graphic of the fittings for the exhibition "Agli Dei Mani". In 2008 she also followed the realization of the photographic book "Nel segno dell’Angelo. Work in progress 1991- 2008 "dedicated to the artist Alberto Terrile. In the same year, and again in 2009, she designed the graphics and the layout of the staging of different workshops for Festival della Scienza in Genoa. In 2009, she collaborated with Museo Transfrontaliero del Monte Bianco in Courmayeur creating the corporate image and designing the fittings for the exhibition dedicated to Albert Smith.
In 2010 she began a close collaboration with Flavia Della Pellegrina, a visual designers based in Milan. Immediate, deep and vibrant, their agreement led to a creative and professional partnership that occupies a large part of their professions. In 2011 they founded and still coordinate today the collective mintlab, a creative network specialized in corporate identity and interface design focused on the crossover of the skills of various professionals.
In 2011 she participated in the conception of Nuts Design & More, website for the sale of home furniture and furnishings. For Nuts Design & More, as well as having contributed to the development of the concept behind the project, she created the graphics entirely - logo, corporate identity, website. Recent works include the design and creation of websites for the pediatric department of Institute Gustave Roussy in Paris and of several French associations dedicated to research. Read Less