Buenos Aires-based illustrator, Sol Cotti’s work is inspired by strong women, gender and everyday encounters. Cotti’s illustration, drawn in a fresh, relaxed style, comes from her practice of observing the world around her. Known for character development, lifestyle and culinary subjects, Cotti has a penchant for selecting the right palette for any mood.
Cotti studied Communications and Advertising at Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA), earning her degree there.
Her illustration has been published in such world-renowned publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Lily, British Vogue, Condé Nast Traveler, Scholastic and the website, Medium. Airbnb, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Louvre Museum in Paris have each featured her work in their promotions.
Sol Cotti’s award-winning illustration is recognized for its bold yet simple style. She admits she simply can’t create illustration without a Saturday avocado toast. According to Cotti, bingeing on reruns of Friends is another guilty pleasure that contributes to her creative work.