Dimitri Gori, Illustratore

Born in Florence in 1982, he lives and works in Certaldo. In 1995 he began attending the Art Institute of Siena with a specialization in painting.

In 2001 he enrolled at the International School of Comics in Florence.

In 2004 he worked with the designer Alessandro Giometti for the Eura publishing house, for the comic book John Doe.

In 2008 he participated in the NUVOLOSO comics contest, with a page dedicated to I soliti monsri.

In 2009 he made a motion comics Batman: the shadow of Ra’s Al Ghul for DC Comics and Warner Bros, distributed on Nokia phones, linked to the film The Dark Knight.

In June 2013 he worked with Alessandro Bocci, designer of Sergio Bonelli Editore, for the number 1 of Fawcett, for Glénat edizioni.

In December 2009 he began a continuous collaboration for the Corrado Tedeschi Editore and Play Press editions as a puzzle designer for which he made two coloring albums with fictional characters and one of Tom and Jerry, always in collaboration with Warner Bros and Play Press editions.

In 2012 he created a painting exhibition called Thus a fairy tale was born, 7 paintings that represent a fairy tale.

In 2014 the artist created an exhibition of illustrations in Asti on the film Nana and Zoe, with the director Giuseppe Varlotta.

Dimitri Gori was a comics teacher for four years for a course organized with the municipality of Gambassi at the public library.

In 2014 he holds a comic exhibition on Certaldo’s politics, called Certaldo in vignette and in 2015 he draws a series of cartoons for Filippo Ciampolini, leader of Forza Italia. He is currently collaborating with director Giuseppe Varlotta, as a storyboarder, for his new film currently in production.

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