You need to adopt a lateral thinking process in order to translate parts from two separate worlds into a third level of meaning. It is more a process of thinking than an empirical process.
Emiliano Ponzi lives in Milan. His work is based on the use of texture, graphic lines, and simplicity, to communicate directly and concisely. His illustrations have appeared in advertisements, magazines, books, newspapers, and animations, for clients that include the New York Times, Le Monde, the New Yorker, Louis Vuitton, MoMa NY, Der Spiegel, Penguin Books, Hyundai, Esquire, and Amnesty International. Among his Italian clients are Armani, Bulgari, Gucci, La Repubblica, Feltrinelli, Lavazza, TIM, Pirelli, Ferrari, and the Triennale Design Museum. He has received many awards, among which the “Young Guns Award” from the Art Directors club of New York, medals of merit from the Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles, and from 3x3 Magazine Pro Show, in addition to awards for excellence from Print, How International Design Award, Communication Arts Illustration Annual, and American Illustration Annual.