Lorenzo Bravi is a graphic designer, lecturer and digital media researcher. He works in a variety of fields including publishing, new media, corporate identity, interactive art and printmaking. His research focuses on the fundamentals of visual language in a constant effort to reach a deeper understanding of the rules in non-verbal communication. His works have been published in various international periodicals concerning graphic arts, like Étapes and Computer Arts, and they have been selected and exhibited in some competitions and festivals, like the Festival International de l’Affiche et du Graphisme de Chaumont and at International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno. He teaches Basic Design at ISIA graphic design school in Urbino, Italy, and often collaborates in the organization of children-oriented workshops.