IGPDecaux Graphic Award

In line with its mission, IGPDecaux launched a contest for young visual designers, art directors, illustrators and motion designers aged 19-25 to test their creativity on the theme:


Participants in the contest will have to interpret the theme by creating digital graphics that may be used in an advertising poster and have visibility on IGPDecaux Out-Of-Home communication spaces 
throughout Italy.





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About IGPDecaux

IGPDecaux, a JCDecaux Group company, is a leader in Italy in the field of external communication. We provide Out-Of-Home (OOH) and Digital Out-Of-Home (DOOH) communication solutions to be harmoniously integrated in urban contexts, such as road transportation vehicles, but also in airports, on underground trains, and on urban design structures and billposting in general, to make cities ever more accessible, comfortable, and pleasant to live in. Our aim is to create increasingly personalized communications focused on customer needs, useful for citizens, with a pleasant and environmentally friendly design, as well as sensitive to environmental and social sustainability issues.

These are the ideals that have pushed IGPDecaux, as well as the entire JCDecaux Group, to focus with a strong emphasis on the sustainable development of their activities through an ESG Strategy (Environment, Social, Governance) that fully reflects the company’s mission – providing cities with assets and services that are useful to citizens and help fund public transport through advertising. That is how the IGPDecaux Group conceived the Street Furniture concept based on the principles of functional economy and eco-design to provide citizens and transport companies with useful and sustainable services, without impacting local finances or taxpayers.


Fabrizio du Chène de Vère

Andrea Rustioni
IGPDecaux General Manager

Raffaella Savini
IGPDecaux Project Development & ESG Director

Rossana Bosi
IGPDecaux Sustainability Manager

IGPDecaux’s In-House Agency

Francesca Ferrazzi, Art Director
Marta Corvi, Digital Designer
Arianna Serantoni, Graphic Designer
Fernanda Mota, Graphic Designer Junior

Massimo Ceriotti

In Sodalitas Foundation, he is responsible for associative development and legal affairs. He promotes the accession of new companies and takes care of relationships with member companies. He address legal and statutory issues, and supports the work of governance bodies. He develops the theme of corporate sustainability by co-designing and implementing institutional campaigns, toolkit and guideline development projects, partnerships between companies and public and private stakeholders, corporate programs of individual companies.

Fabio Guida

Graduated in Architecture, he founded mg2architetture in 2007, an architectural design company, and the brand agency Quattrolinee in 2012. Over the years , he has gained experience in system design applied to cultural projects and social innovation thanks to the coordination of organizations such as the cultural association Plug, which has dealt with social communication and sustainable design since 2010, and the Print Club Torino association, which he chaired from 2015 to 2021. Since 2016, he has co-directed Graphic Days®, the international visual design festival, with Ilaria Reposo. He teaches Communication Design at Politecnico di Torino.

Barbara Scifo

A researcher in Sociology of Cultural and Communication Processes at the Università Cattolica del S. Cuore in Milan, she carries out her research work at the Department of Communication and Entertainment Sciences and at OssCom, Media and Communication Research Centre.
She teaches a three-year degree course in Communication and Society, of which she is also the deputy coordinator.

Matteo Pettinaroli

Graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, he coordinates Needle_Agopuntura Urbana, a multidisciplinary organization that works on public space, micro-architecture and participatory design projects.
After academic and professional experiences in Santiago de Chile and Madrid, he has developed an interest in social architecture and the relationship with communities, shifting his focus from urban activation projects to processes. He collaborates with professional firms mainly dealing with projects concerning urban regeneration, public space, and the interaction with local communities.