Mattia Lullini (Italy, 1985) is an artist best known for his colorful, zoomorphic works steeped in a psychedelic, post-pop aesthetic. Characterized by a unique, instantly recognizable style, his artistic language seeks to establish an active dialogue between the public and artist himself.  Producing works that are simultaneously playful and contemplative, he utilizes a complex balance of shapes to communicate in a dreamlike, highly symbolic fashion.  

Embracing a multimedia approach his portfolio features a wide cross-section of work, including epic murals, wooden multi-layered installations, sculptures, engravings, silkscreens and limited edition books.  In addition to his personal work Lullini works as a designer, he is also part of the visual-music project Colorful Mountain and a co-founder of the editorial endeavor known as Thaumatropical. He has exhibited his works and painted murals across the globe, including in Brazil, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, India, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Lullini currently lives and works in Gothenburg, Sweden.