Bomboland is a papercut illustration studio based in Italy, officially born around 2010. The studio works both on publishing and advertising projects and has illustrated magazines, newspaper, children books and collaborated with several agencies to create advertising campaigns. Within few years Bomboland has been able to carve out a space in the world of international illustration with a well-defined and recognizable style, but not without that versatility that allows him to create images for many types of projects and even more different types of customers.
Here are illustrations created by the duo Bomboland who work in paper or digital for Beyond Stars magazine. As well as an advertsing for Smartworking and a personal creation for Valentine's Day and 3 illustrations for an app from Apple Store Taiwan. Contact us for any project idea with them, from editorial to advertising campaign!
The Italian duet Bomboland, compound of Maurizio and his partner Elisa, was chosen by Havas Montréal to create 4 papercut illustrations putting the accent on depth and space. They created this campaign Une ville à cœur ouvert for the reconstruction of the city of Lake Mégantic, after the drama of the 2013 train explosion; a moving, human and graphic project.
Numerical or paper-cut advertising!
Bomboland is an Italian duet composed of Maurizio and his partner Elisa. Their secret lies in the paper-cut as well as their mastery of digital technology. They present us with their last projects; a magnificent campaign entitled "Don't let food get in between" for the dental floss's brand Guardian, made in collaboration with DDB Singapore.
We can also find an illustration for Il Giornale della famiglia, plus an illustration of crocodile absolutely charming for PUH magazine. Curious? You can have an overview of their working universe in this video. Be sure to have a small Italian dictionary within easy reach!
Bomboland created 3 paper cut style illustrations for the article: Holiday in the Sun, for up! Magazine, WestJet's in-flight travel publication.
One paper cut illustration for the New Scientist cover magazine in the UK.
Ministère de l'éducation nationale
Papercut illustration for a poster of the Ministère de l'éducation nationale in France. In this illustration, bridges symbolize the transition in higher levels of schooling for students.
Draft FCB / Kraft cookie
Paper-cut illustrations for two different concepts, the first one for chocolate chunks cookies and the second for wheat crackers to create backgrounds for in store advertising , billboard and tramway and buses campaign in USA, for Kraft Back to Nature realized by Draft FCB.