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Toni Demuro (Sassari, 19 March 1974) is an Italian illustrator.
In 1997 he graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sassari and since then has worked as a creative in the field of visual arts and design.
In 1996 he won the "Acquaviva nei Fumetti" award.
He has collaborated with The Washington Post, Penguin Books, The Boston Globe, Atlanta Magazine, Rádio Londres Editora, Sarbacane, Éditions Héloïse d'Ormesson, Sellerio, Mondadori, Corriere della Sera, Vanity Fair, TukMusic.
In 2014 he made the cover of the album "Jazzy christmas" by the musician Paolo Fresu.
In 2017 he made the covers of three books by Roald Dahl, "The wonderful story of Henry Sugar", "The great automatic grammatizator" and "Skin and other stories" published by Penguin Books
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"Toni Demuro – Official Site".