Francesca Pellicciari, graphic designer with a degree in History of Architecture from IUAV in Venice, is the founder of pupilla grafik, a design studio specializing in editorial projects, exhibitions and visual identities with a focus on the world of architecture. From 2010 to 2020 she was art director and member of the editorial board of the architecture magazine “San Rocco”. She designed the visual identity and a travel series for Humboldt Books and the “Saggi d’architettura” (Architecture Essays) series for Sagep. In 2016 she curated the graphics for the participation of the Christ & Gantenbein studio to the Venice Biennale and, in 2021, that of the National Pavilion of Uzbekistan. In 2021 she co-curated the exhibition, “Saul Steinberg, Milano-New York” at the Milan Triennale. She co-founded Nanban, an e-commerce company dedicated to Japanese products.