Hi! My name is Silvia Celiberti, and I enjoy creating visuals for the brain and for the stomach.
I started my studies in Barcelona and got the lucky chance to move to Nyc for an inspiring year at the School of Visual Arts and a first collaboration as a designer creating visuals, printed and divulgative material for The Windowfarms Project, a social enterprise that helps city dwellers around the world grow their own fresh food from the unlikely location of their own metropolis apartments.
Fast forward two years, I was living in Jerusalem for a few months while I got invited back to mamma Italy for a trial at the Visual Communication branch at Fabrica Communications and Research Centre just before moving to Amsterdam where I started my collaboration as a creative with the great team of branding agency Bohemia Amsterdam where my role was coming up with insane ideas for campaigns 24/7.
I also had the pleasure to be part of Beehive not just as a designer but also multitasking with more hands-on experiences like making a cozy place out of a freezing warehouse -Beehive being an organisation whose endeavour is to redevelop buildings and areas in the city to reduce vacancy rate and provide space for creative entrepreneurs.
During the same period I collaborated with Next Nature Network, a think tank based in Amsterdam, helping concepting and illustrating the In Vitro Meat Cookbook, a project that explores the culture and ethics of the future of in vitro meat.
I can often be seen going about my business with half a cracker in my mouth, probably swearing.
I designed this portfolio with the help of my talented friend Stratos Tzanavaris, with whom I collaborate on a variety of online/offline legal/illegal projects under the whimsical name of Bomburo.
If you think you got something for me, work related perhaps but also any personal reflections on the after life or to practice some Italian you learnt watching The Sopranos, push the button like the Chemical Brothers said only 10 years ago.