Giulia Vetri is an Italian illustrator and designer, born in 1989 in a village in northern Italy.
Ever since she was a child, Giulia has loved geography and maps, which made her imagine stories of discovery and expeditions to far-off and exotic places.
She studied industrial and graphic design and went on to complete a master’s degree in illustration. She moved to Brussels in 2016, where she works for international publishing houses and the press.
She is also a member of the Brussels collective Cuistax. She is the author of C’est à moi (Albin Michel), Là où tout est blanc (Les Grandes Personnes), Les lasagnes de mami (Ed. Vous êtes ici) and Antarctique, Expéditions en terre inconnue (De La Martinière).