Francesca Biasetton, illustrator and calligrapher, worked in the fashion industry for magazines, catalogues, commercials. Her work has been displayed in the solo exhibition Cento disegni per la moda, and the collective exhibition Favolose – 15 illustratrici italiane per l’infanzia. She collaborates with cinema, theatre and publishing projects. Among her picture books, Abbecedario (Panini, 2009) was awarded with Premio Andersen 2003 and Premio Stregagatto 2004, and Chi ha rapito Giallo Canarino? (Nuove Edizioni Romane, 2003) was awarded with Premio Libro per l’Ambiente 2006. She's author of La bellezza del segno – Elogio della scrittura a mano (Laterza, 2018) and co-author of Manuale di calligrafia (Lazy Dog Press, 2020). She's included in the book Le figure per dirlo. Storia delle illustratrici italiane (Treccani Libri, 2019).