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Daniele De Batté

Born: 1976

Hometown: Genova

Based in: Italy

He studied art and architecture. In 1998 he started working as a freelance graphic artist and designer. In 2003 he cofounded Artiva Design ( He still works as a visual artist making his artworks as the basis of the design work by Artiva and vice versa. His projects have been published and exhibited both in Italy and abroad. He has collaborated with UCC (Japan), Nike (USA), Coke (USA), Erg (Italy), Triennale di Milano (Italy), Hilton Hotel (USA), Molteni (Italy), Flou (Italy), Indian Type Foundry (India), Actar Publishers (Spain), OEN - Design and Handcrafted Goods (UK), plug-in edition (Italy), Oper Building Research (Italy).
In 1999 he won the “Premio Biennale” (Biennal) “Segno Colore Immagine”.
In 2002 he curated the workshop “Young Artists in European Museums”
for the Academy of Fine Arts in Genoa.
In (2005-2010) he founded Take Shape (pattern design).
In 2011 for the exhibition "The Hand of the Graphic" (FAI) some of his works were auctioned and sold at Sotheby’s.
In 2013 he designed a poster for the Braun design exhibition at Walter Knoll Showroom - London - United Kingdom
In 2014 the book "A lesson with AG Fronzoni” was selected for the Compasso d’Oro – XXIII,
exhibited at the Triennale di Milano for the ADI Design Index 2013.
In 2016 he was included in the “Archivio Grafica Italiana” (archive dedicated to the Italian graphic design heritage) and in “Designculture” (interviews with designers from all over the world) a project supported by Massimo Vignelli.
In 2019 Artiva expanded his activity with the project A―E (Artiva Editions).


Daniele De Batté In The Studio

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More About Daniele De Batté

Question IconWhat are 3 words that best describe your work?

minimal, black, white

Question IconWho are some artists that have influenced your work?

Sol Lewitt, Max Bill, Tomás Maldonado, Carl Andre, Donald Judd



"The Hand of the Graphic" (FAI)


“Premio Biennale” (Biennal) “Segno Colore Immagine”