The art director at Studio D’Apostrophe and co–founder of Papertype, Cecilia Marzocchi is a graphic designer who has worked on collaborative projects with clients such as Starbucks, Pitti Immagine, and Regione Toscana.
Cecilia Marzocchi teaches an MFA in Communication Design Graduate Seminar at SACI. She currently lives and works in Florence as a graphic designer. She is the art director at Studio D’Apostrophe and co-founder of Papertype, and she previously worked at Gráficos Associados in Porto, Portugal, and Palomar Design Company in Florence. She has taken part in several projects collaborating with, among others, Starbucks, Friends of the Highline, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Centro Studi Poltronova, Ordine degli Architetti Firenze, Regione Toscana, Pitti Immagine, Regione Veneto, Ufficio Filatelico e Numismatico San Marino, and Centro Pecci Prato.
Cecilia Marzocchi received her Bachelor’s Degree (cum laude) at San Marino Design University | IUAV in San Marino, Italy.
I consider the role of the teacher as both a privilege and a challenge. I believe it’s all about giving stimuli and imposing limits. It means fighting against indifference, giving starting points, demanding a good research process, supporting human struggling, encouraging perseveration, predicting workflow, and being open to unexpected results.
Teaching means instilling passion and designing one’s own path to do it.