jonathan calugi is an italian illustrator, pattern designer and art director based in pistoia, with his latest creations celebrating the incredible growth of the online service airbnb. titled ‘one love airbnb 2017’, this vivid series of drawings tells the story of how the company has managed to connect people globally. 

jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom
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jonathan calugi completes the base of each illustration as one black line depicting human silhouettes. on top of that, colorful everyday objects are added such as telephones, furniture, bags, homeware and books. these items reflect on the great variety that airbnb has offered for people worldwide. from hotels to offices, studios, and apartments, each space translates into the core value that the designer believes it to be painted across the company’s name: connection. therefore, he completes his title with ‘one line, one love, one world’. 

jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

 jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

 jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom 

one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

 

jonathan calugi one airbnb 2017 illustration designboom 

one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

 

one airbnb 2017 one line one love one world illustration designboom

 

 

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