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Larissa Bertonasco
LarissaBertonasco
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Born: 1972
Country: Germany
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Larissa Bertonasco (born 1972 in Heilbronn) is a German illustrator.

LifeEdit

Bertonasco studied Italian and art history at Siena and Hamburg and then illustration at the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg, where she graduated in 2003. Since then she has worked as an illustrator for free magazines, publishing houses and advertising. Since 2004 she is co-editor of the comics magazine Spring. She lives in Hamburg.

WorksEdit

  • La cucina mia! Berlin, Verlagshaus Jacoby & Stuart, 2012.
  • Mein neues Leben als Mensch (Text: Jan Weiler) Reinbek, Kindler, 2011.
  • La cucina verde (Text: Carlo Bernasconi) Berlin, Verlagshaus Jacoby & Stuart, 2010.
  • Mein Leben als Mensch (Text: Jan Weiler) Reinbek, Kindler, 2009.
  • Mit Lebenslust und Leidenschaft (Hrsg.: Christina Callori di Vignale) Freiburg, Herder, 2009.
  • Spuren in der Polenta (Text: Lukas Hartmann), Zürich, Bajazzo, 2007.
  • Café Wunderbar (Ed.: Anne Buhrfeind), Frankfurt am Main, Hansisches Dr.- und Verl.-Haus, 2007.
  • La nonna, la cucina, la vita Hildesheim, Gerstenberg Verlag, 2005.

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