Featured in Texitura

Texitura is one of the most important international PATTERN DESING trend magazines. With a history of over 22 years, each issue is an explosion of graphic inspiration for the decoration of all kinds of surfaces, from fashion textiles to wallpaper, stationary, plastics, vinyl, home textiles, etc. Texitura offers you two-year anticipated pattern design trends.

My works (made for Idro51 creative design studio) are featured in Texitura n°46: New trends 2011.(avaible soon)

Interviewed for Mezzomagazine

A great thank you to Lara Lamonaca (writer), Andrea Straccini (photographer), Leo Margiotti (art director) and my brother Fausto (account) for this funny interview. Mezzomagazine is a new freepress released in Pescara, featuring Metropolitan Lifestyle, Culture, Art, Music, Events and much more. More info online.

Featured on Sweet Station

Thank you to Honey & Welshie (editors) for featuring my work in this interesting blog.

"Sweet Station, a place for our thoughts and ramblings in the fields of paintings, illustrating, advertising, photography, product design, architecture, installation design, graphic arts and well, pretty much anything we want to talk about. We hope to bring great fun and referred for constant inspiration".

Featured on Designyoutrust™

My new personal illustration featured on Design You Trust .This is a daily design blog and community, full of new design trends, news and events, great design portfolios, young design bloods, design articles, photographies, fashion, creative advertisements, architectural inspirations, video design and hand-picked design stuff from all over the globe.

Lady Gaga vs Flavio Melchiorre

This is my new personal illustration inspired by awesome Lady Gaga. Hope you like it!

Featured on Changethethought™

Thank you to Christopher Cox founder of Changethethought. He said about my work: "Italian illustrator Flavio Melchiorre creates densely-layered vector style work that he sometimes works into complex abstract patterns that fry your brain when you try to look at them."