Lele Buonerba is a Milan-based graphic designer engaging with contemporary art and club culture.
Attenti al Cane: Twentysix Dogs Found on Street View
August 2019 • File under: Editorial Design
In the summer of 2018, after my partner Laurel moved to New York and I was still living in Milan, we started to collect screenshots of dogs found on Google Street view. This process, which began on a video call during which we were exploring small towns to potentially drive through on Laurel’s upcoming trip to Italy, became a way for us to feel like we were in the same place even though there was still an ocean between us. Over the weeks we spent separated the collected screenshots started to take book form, and in August 2019 we founded our own small publishing company, Have a Nice Day Press. On August 30th we launched our first publication, Attenti al Cane: Twentysix Dogs Found on Street View.
Read more about Attenti al Cane: Twentysix Dogs Found on Street View on the Have a Nice Day Press website.
February 2017 • File under: Editorial Design, Club Culture, Photography
Disco Punk is a fashion zine influenced by the disco-punk aesthetic. Designed in collaboration with Emil Kuliev, Nina Leppänen, and Sarah Saleh.
Photographer: Lele Buonerba
Model: Sarah Saleh
Makeup: Nina Leppanen
Lettering: Emil Kuliev
June 2015 • File under: Editorial Design, Photography, Club Culture
DAMN 01 is the first issue of a magazine I researched, designed, and published in 2015. DAMN is a series of publications focusing on the design, art, music, and nightlife scenes of cities; the first issue was devoted to music in Milan. Featuring exclusive interviews with, photo stories about and playlists from Panorama, Futureground, Terraforma Festival, and Larry Gus.