Lorenzo Davitti is an Italian contemporary artist based in London, UK. He studied illustration and visual media at the London College of Communication, London, UK.
His practice as a printmaker is focused on etching, relief and mono printing.
He lives in London, where he works as fine art printer at Thumbprint Editions, a reputed professional printmaking studio specialized in producing etching and relief prints for renowned contemporary artists.
Selected exhibitions include the National Original Printmaking Exhibition, in the Bankside Gallery; the Awagami Printmaking Exhibition, Japan; the London Design Festival, in London; the College Book Art Association Meeting, USA; Woolwicdh Contemporary Print Fair, London, and the FIG Bilbao Open Portfolio 2019 Session, Bilbao, Spain.
His prints are collected by the China Printmaking Museum (Guanlan, China) and the Victoria & Albert Museum (London, UK).
He has been awarded a graduate artist residency in stone lithography at London College of Communication, and the first prize at the Reinterpreting Vintage Ladybird competition, organised and judged by Penguin Ventures, in London.