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May 14, 2018

Anna Sutor’s illustration for Italian women’s magazine IO DONNA, published by Il Corriere della Sera, accompanied a feature on sexual harassment in the workplace.





May 9, 2018

Anna Sutor’s whimsical illustration for magazine Style Piccoli was chosen as a winning entry in American Illustration 37. (more)

May 7, 2018

Anna Sutor’s live drawing performance during Milano Design Week at Café La Rinascente launched CLOSE UP, a new series of coffee tables she designed for the furniture firm Extroverso... (more)

March 26, 2018

Anna Sutor created a whimsical series of illustrations to accompany the short story, “Ted and His Shadow” for the Italian magazine Style Piccoly, published by Il Corriere Della Sera. (more)

November 9, 2017

Anna Sutor illustrated “Il Presepe,” an updated account of The Nativity, for Style Piccoli magazine, published by Il Corriere della Sera newspaper in Italy. (more)

December 15, 2016

Anna Sutor was commissioned by the Italian Bagioni Luxury Hotel chain to create a set of illustrations featuring their new Baglione Resort Maldives. Rolled out sequentially over a period of weeks, the images celebrate various opulent details found in the soon-to-open resort. (more)

July 21, 2016

Anna Sutor imagines a world of endless curiosity in this charming illustration for Italian newspaper Il Foglio(more)

April 14, 2016

Anna Sutor’s award-winning illustrations were featured on the cover and throughout the March issue of AIT, the German Architecture and Interior Design review.  The article includes a profile of Anna and  focuses on how an architect/illustrator can describe the idea of living and convey the warmth of a well-designed space to enhance social relations within a building. (more)

April 5, 2016

Anna Sutor has had two illustrations from an upcoming book project selected for inclusion in this year’s American Illustration print annual.  (more)

March 17, 2016

Anna Sutor’s unpublished illustration campaign for Poltrona Frau, titled “Details Matter,” will be included in the Creative Quarterly 43rd Online Gallery(more)