Olivia Wong, Chinese and French, has been working 15 years in Paris, in the communication, audiovisual and graphics business, while studying cinema and theatre as an actress. She collaborated with international compagnies as a project manager, with the French national radio as a director and with many TV producers as editor. After having been certified as a graphic designer,she has decided to create her own company, specialising in the interior design, in which she has always had a particular interest.
She has created a new collection of original illustrations for Lux in Art, presenting the capital cities of the world with an unusual look.The first series is called Fashion capitals and others are to be followed. This artwork is proposed in a limited and numbered edition to architects and interior designers all over the world. Other series will be coming soon.
Andrea Tich, illustrator and professional actor, achieved the degree in Visual and Performing Arts at the I.U.A.V. university of Venice. Always fond of drawing and comics, as an illustrator and a graphic designer he collaborates with several companies, publishers, cultural associations, theatres and private informal costumers, both in Italy and Croatia. In addition to the dramatic acting he specializes in classical and digital illustration, theatrical puppets and set design, caricatures, portraits, cartoons, animated videos and all the welcome surprises that the profession presents.
On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the Shakespeare's death in 2016, he created a series of 6 magnificent artworks on Romeo & Juliet's masterpiece for Lux in Art, with Indian ink, in black and white, following the typical etching style developed in Europe.