Impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.

Marianna Tomaselli is an Italian illustrator and art director who lives and works in Milan. During the first lockdown in 2020, she decided to express her impression in a series of illustrations.

Enjoy the following artworks. For those who want to see more of Marianna Tomaselli’s creative work, feel free to visit her website or follow her on Behance and Instagram.

Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 4: Spring knew nothing about it and flowers kept growing and blooming and the sun continued to shine.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 10: Don’t worry, everything is going to be alright.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 15: I see rainbows out of my window, they keep saying: everything is going to be alright. Is it?
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 20: The quarantine routine. Almost.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 25: Roma, come sei bella!
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 30: Walking Wilma through the empty streets of Milan. For how long we will live in ghost cities?
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY 38: Buongiorno Italia.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
WEEK 33: my present, my hope, my future.
Be my quarantine—impression from 65 days of lockdown illustrated by Marianna Tomaselli.
DAY FUTURE: We will hug each other again.

All images © by Marianna Tomaselli. Check out other featured artworks by creatives from all over the world in our Illustration category.

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