Visual and Narrative Artist.
Paolo Castaldi is a Milanese cartoonist and illustrator. He writes and draws comics, illustrates several other things. His graphic novels are published in Italy, France, Spain, South America and Canada. With Etenesh, the Odyssey of a migrant (BeccoGiallo, 2011) wins in Italy the Boscarato Award for Best Debut author in 2012 and, in France, the Prix Valeurs Humaines in 2016.
In 2017 he published Allen Meyer, graphic novel that inaugurated Rami, the first fiction series by BeccoGiallo Editore.
In the middle, again for BeccoGiallo publisher, come out Diego Armando Maradona, Kilometer Zero, Gian Maria Volonté and Pugni, Stories of boxing.
In 2018 comes a story of superheroes “made in Italy”, 365 (script by Lorenzo Palloni, Edizioni Shockdom) and Zlatan, graphic novel that marks his debut for the series Feltrinelli Comics, directed by Tito Faraci.
Sheets, pencil, charcoal, watercolors, ink on paper… her daily bread. Books and comics his universe.