Mutable Instruments, after becoming pretty successful with their DIY kits (like the Shruthi-1) moved to insdustrially-made eurorack synth modules with these first 4. I worked on the overall visual style and the panel graphics and logos mutable-instruments.net Photos by Olivier Gillet – Mutable Instruments
Jupiter Storm is a synthesizer module for the Eurorack Modular format. For the creator of the module I designed all the panel artwork and the promotional poster. client: hexinverter.net There’s a good review of this module on the Minimal System Blog
Reinterpreted covers, from my comic Giètz! Giètz is a comics about how jazz music came to Italy in the early 50s. I made this comics 4 years ago, but it was recently reprinted. So I decided to create a series of variations on the original cover, imagining it being a different story, of a different [...]
The Shruthi-1 is a small monophonic synthesizer by Mutable Instruments that comes as a DIY kit. I was asked to contribute some illustrative work to the latest version of this synth called 4-Pole Mission. I created a postcard with a fake-movie poster look and some graphics for the pcb and the case of the instrument.
In 2010 I was asked to create a short story for the yearly Tyrolean literature anthology Filadressa (Edition Raetia). The theme of the issue was “tradition and modernity”. I came up with 6 pages about a dystopian future where the region of South Tyrol is a multinational corporation conquering planets to transform them into alpine-themed [...]
While I spend most of my time being an illustrator (and art director), I like to play and compose music in my leisure time (under various monikers), just because it is something that involves one of the senses, the auditory one, that normally gets left out. In 2011 I released my first album as Rumpelfilter [...]
Campaign about racism by the organisation OEW – Organisation für Eine solidarische Welt (www.oew.org) playing with the idea of the common enemy (the alien) to talk about tolerance, integration and helping each other. Role on the project: illustrations, concept Concept and Layout: Arno Dejaco
Cover illustration for the project Showtime by German-Iranian musician AMOS. A surreal parade of creatures, memories and objects entwined in an energetic flow. It’s showtime, and everybody acts in sync, their minds linked together by invisible bonds, as if they were one giant organism. The idea was more to represent the (retro) mood and the [...]
Short comic created for the anthology Antologia illustrata del frastuono più atroce (Lamette).
A comic inspired by the song Spiracle by Austrian multi-talent Soap&Skin, made for the Italian music magazine Il Mucchio.
A short, experimental Comic, based on the short story, with the same title, by Cubber.
Winner of the Blog&Nuvole contest by Triennale di Milano and Fondazione Cologni.
A short comic drawn to promote the festival Bolzano Comics 2009 and its NoWords Comic Contest.
Poster illustration for Nuovo Spazio: an institution dealing with amateur theatre.
Inspired by the famous fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk, it features a giant beanstalk, which grows towards the moon, and on it are different figures from mythology and theatrical tradition.
Libro Piccolo di Bugie by Gabriele Ferrero was released in 2008 and was a collection of short, poetry oriented comics, written by Ferrero himself and illustrated by several artists from the independent scene (such as: Aleksandar Zograf, Gianluca Costantini and Claudio Parentela). Besides illustrating one of the stories contained in this book, I also created this cover illustration for it.
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My name is Hannes Pasqualini, I am an illustrator and comic artist from Italy and this is my online portfolio page.
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