Pablo Bernasconi was born in Buenos Aires in August, 1973. He graduated from the Universidad de Buenos Aires as a graphic designer, where he later taught design for over 6 years. He started as an illustrator in Clarín Newspaper in 1998 where he also worked as a designer, making covers for over 200 editions.
His work has also been published in these newspapers: La Voz de Galicia (Spain), La Nación de Costa Rica, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and The Times (England). Some of his clients in Argentina include: Rolling Stone Magazine, Nueva, Latido, Insider, PC Users, Comtools, Editorial Planeta, Estrada, Editorial SM, Longseller, Sudamericana, Correo Argentino, Grupo Quadro, Secretar’a de Turismo, Gobierno de la Ciudad, Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. His works today commonly appear in Germany, USA, England, Australia, and Spain.
Awards and recognition: The Society of News Design (SND) competition, three time recipient of the Award of Excellence (2001, 2002, 2004) in the categories of Art and Illustration, Individual Portfolio, and Cover Design. The competition is sponsored by Clarin (Argentina) and La voz de Galicia (Spain) newspapers. Award of Excellence at the sixth European Newspaper Award 2004, for one front page for La Voz de Galicia, World Book Day 2005 Award. Selected to participate on Lurzer's Archive Special Book "200 Best Illustrators Worldwide" (2005). Feria del Libro - Buenos Aires 2005 - First Prize Poster Exhibition. Selected for publication in the UK Association of Illustrators. Images 29 Awards Annual (2005).
Books Authored and Illustrated by Pablo Bernasconi: Black Skin, White Cow The Wizard, the Ugly, and the Book of Shame Captain Arsenio's Diary Hippos Can Swim He also published an illustration book in 2001 called "Más negro que blanco".