After graduating from the ISIA in Urbino, some illustrations by Bruno Zocca were published in the New York Times. In 2014 his works were selected at the Bologna Children's Book Fair, winning the Ars in Fabula Grant Award. During the Master Ars in Fabula in Editorial Illustration he worked on the project " L’ultima lezione del signor Sulitjema " by Anna Maria Ortese with the publisher Orecchio Acerbo. In 2015 he was selected for the Improvised Lunch exhibition at the Milan Triennale. In 2016 he was selected at the Ilustrarte Biennial in Lisbon and at the 24h de l'Illustration in Strasbourg. In 2018 he won the Cento Children's Literature Award with the illustrations of the book "Mio Nonno Gigante" (Biancoenero Edizioni). He is part of the artistic collective Ufficio Misteri with which he experiments and creates exhibitions and installations. Since 2021 he has been represented by Debbie Bibo Agency. He signed his latest book as a writer and illustrator, entitled "E se fossi qualcos’altro?” (Lupoguido).
"L’ultima lezione del signor Sulitjema " by Anna Maria Ortese (Orecchio Acerbo)
Technique: watercolor and pencil