Alessandra Scandella is an illustrator based in Milan working for advertising and publishing projects.
In 2004 she co-founded the Studio Container, in Milan, which deals with illustration, graphic design, web design and animation.
Alessandra’s watercolors were exhibited in Il Vocabolario della moda italiana, at the Triennale di Milano, with the best fashion illustrators in Italy.
Among her clients: Tod’s, Bulgari and Lavazza, for which she illustrated the 2016 Calendar with Steve McCurry’s photos. She also made watercolors about human rights for Amnesty International and collaborates with FRI, Fashion Research Italy. Alessandra Scandella collaborated  with Corriere della Sera. She recently drew illustrations for wallpapers, and developed projects sponsored by FAI and Unicef with IllustrazioniIncorso, a group of artists based in Milan. Her latest projects are an animation for Bulgari and an illustrated travel book about France, in collaboration with Bompiani. She will take part of Across Europe With Best Fashion Illustration 2017-2018, an exhibition in Poland with the best fashion illustrators in Europe. Represented in Japan by Art-Liaison/www.art-liaison.com
She made with Studio Container, the graphic and illustrations for an exhibition in Milan entitled  Outfit ‘900, at Palazzo Morando, about fashion, that will new present during 2018 year.
Alessandra is painting the watercolors for “Frida, icona di stile”, the catalogue for an exhibition at Mudec, Milan, about Frida Kahlo, starting from February 2018.
She’s part of a project to help Amatrice: 401 E’ Amatrice, the creation of a perfume, with photo by Giovanni Gastel, and an exhibition at Triennale di Milano, on January 2018.