Amedeo Gigli was born in Rome on March 2, 1931; he still lives and works there at the following address:
Viale Lina Cavalieri, 192
00139 Rome - Italy
tel. +39 06 8810710
cell. 338 5273983



Viale Lina Cavalieri "The most beautiful woman in the world" (proposal for a murales)

After completing his studies at the Art Lycée, then at the University Faculty of Architecture and at the Fine Arts Academy, he realized a very large number of illustrations for Advertising Agencies, Publishing Houses, Companies and Privates.

In the last few years, he has been working almost exclusively with Computer Graphics.
He participated in the Corel Corporation World Design Contest, winning numerous awards

During his career as illustrator, he led activities as scientific discloser: he published books and illustrated articles for kids in Italy an worldwide.
For this purpose he also collaborated with the
RAI (Radio Televisione Italiana).

On 1998 he started the realization of multimedia and interactive products for children, including themes of scientific culture as well as games of every type, from space battles to quiz solution, riddles and puzzles on the treated arguments.

In 2000 he realized a CD-ROM about the European Union for Editoriale San Paolo. During the same year, his interactive web pages have been published on the Internet for the EniScuola web site (Fondazione Enrico Mattei).

Recently he is making some multimedial products for the "Giornalino Multimedia", edited by Editoriale San Paolo (www.ilgiornalino.org).


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