Summer 2018 – n°85
Algorithms shape our choices. The distinctions between analogue and digital are blurred. The only possibility is to allow yourself to be contaminated. As demonstrated by Lil Miquela.
Rizzoli New York
“Breathe in a fragrance and close your eyes”. The world of perfume according to Bulgari. Edited by Simone Marchetti. Text by Brian Eno, Annick Le Guérer, Renato Bruni and Chiara Gamberale.
Editorial project done for Flammarion
Graphic project done for this reference book on the Maison Chaumet. Since its founding in 1780, the Maison du 12, Place Vendôme has been able to raise it’s finest creations to the rank of masterpieces of the decorative arts and to establish itself as a major player in the history of taste.
Summer 2017 – n°81
Chi siamo davvero? Intelligenze artificiali, genetica e social media ridefiniscono ogni giorno i tratti dei leader politici, individui e aziende. Benvenuti nell’era della post identità.
Spring 2017 – n°80
Wow. A special issue developed starting from the work of 15 great photographers who presented in the magazine, their own point of view about the world.
Autumn 2016 – n°78
The New Beauty. The visions of 20 international authors on how digital media are changed our aesthetic and cultural awards forever.
(Italiano) Due volumi realizzati su una delle più consultate testate giornalistiche italiane.
“La Grande Guerra” and “La storia nelle prime pagine del Corriere della Sera”. Italian history as told through the pages of the leading Italian daily newspaper.
Winter 2016/2017 – n°79
Our heros. An issue on good news and their ambassadors. A prologue by Barack Obama and essays by 22 major signatures show us how much the world of today is the best in which to live.
Redesigning a leading art magazine’s international edition
In collaboration with Maciej Tajber, Massimo Pitis worked as Type Director on the ambitious task of redesigning the magazine in its international version: the first such revamping since the seventies.
Summer 2016 – n°77
Time Machine. Technologies change our connection with time. They redesign the world, relationships and our lifes.
Winter 2015/16 - n°75
(R) evolution. 19 authors imagine what will happen in the near future
Modern and contemporary art in Milan
The Museo del Novecento, directed by Marina Pugliese, opened at the Palazzo dell’Arengario, in the very centre of Milan, in the autumn of 2010.
History of a passion
The visual identity we designed for the first Italian retrospective show devoted to Early-Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi took as its starting point the very idea that was used as a teasing element to kickstart the exhibition’s promotion: combining the opposite extremes of “ultra light” and “extra bold” typefaces, we obtained an A (for Artemisia) that shows and hides her most celebrated painting, Judith Slaying Holofernes.
An exhibition and a catalogue
An exhibition at the Triennale di Milano illustrates with boards and scale models the designs shortlisted in the tender competition for building the Expo 2015’s information-point pavilion.
A new Urban Concept
A new “Wired-book” for a new model of “smart cities”.
The building of social value
The goal of the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture is public promotion of contemporary architecture as a manufacturer of civic and environmental value, and looks at the discipline as a product of a lively dialogue between designers, clients and construction companies.
Official Catalogue AC Milan Museum
Official catalogue Museo Milan.
Vitale Barberis Canonico
Promotional materials for these selected fabrics. In collaboration with Fabrizio Granata.
Graphic identity for a design furniture brand
Graphic design for Casprini’s exhibition stand at the Salone del Mobile Milan design week and for a catalogue.
Redesigning a publication about design
The editorial staff of Il Sole 24 ore group’s design monthly Arketipo commissioned a full redesign of the magazine, while keeping the original masthead.
An interactive guide from Wired.it
Teach me too the freedom of the swallows
Pitis designed the visual identity of the 2008 exhibition “Insegna anche a me la libertà delle rondini” and a special monograph issue of the free magazine Urban that was devoted to this show.
Redesign of a German fashion magazine
In May 2005 Massimo Pitis worked for Burda GmbH in Munich, together with creative director Reto Brunner, on the re-launch of Amica, with the goal of developing a new layout and type identity for this longstanding German fashion monthly.