Elisa Martino nasce a Roma, anno 1992.
Fin da bambina amava creare e distruggere, sporcarsi e sporcare.
Frequenta il liceo classico, ma avrebbe preferito lo scientifico.
Appassionata di scienze si iscrive alla facoltà di chimica, ma si rende conto che era più interessata ai colori delle soluzioni piuttosto che alla loro formula matematica.
Decide quindi di frequentare lo IED di Roma dove si laurea in Illustrazione e animazione, ma dopo alcune esperienze nell’editoria come illustratrice d’infanzia, scopre che le piace di più progettare, inventare e costruire un libro più che disegnarlo.
Si lancia nell’imprevedibile mondo dell’autoproduzione,
lavorando nel frattempo su commissione come grafica, fotografa e video editor.
Tuttavia da tre anni lavora come fashion designer
per un marchio di abbigliamento per bambini.
Proprio quando pensava di aver chiuso con l’editoria
ecco che si rilancia in questo magico mondo in veste di autrice e sceneggiatrice
di una distopica graphic novel illustrata da Lucien Clear…
I Chalk Espers sono forse tornati?

Elisa Martino was born in Rome in 1992.
Since childhood she loved creating and destroying, dirtying and getting dirty.
She studied at a classical high school
although she was more inclined to scientific subjects.
After graduating she enrolled at university, course in Chemistry, but she soon realised
she was more interested in the color of the substances rather than their formula.
She then decided to attend “IED” university in Rome where she graduated in Illustration and Animation, but after some experience in book publishing for children, she found out that designing, inventing and building a book could be much more fun than drawing one.
She jumped into the mysterious world of auto-production,
meanwhile working as a freelancer on graphic design, photography and video projects.
However since 2016 she’s working as a fashion designer in a brand of clothing for kids.
Just when she thought she was done with publishing,
a new project shoves her back into this magic world as an author and scriptwriter
of a dystopian graphic novel illustrated by Lucien Clear…
Are the Chalk Espers back?

Elisa Martino nasce a Roma, anno 1992. Fin da bambina amava creare e distruggere, sporcarsi e sporcare. Frequenta il liceo classico, ma avrebbe preferito lo scientifico. Appassionata di scienze si iscrive alla facoltà di chimica, ma si rende conto che era più interessata ai colori delle soluzioni piuttosto che alla loro formula matematica. Decide quindi di frequentare lo IED di Roma dove si laurea in Illustrazione e animazione, ma dopo alcune esperienze nell’editoria come illustratrice d’infanzia, scopre che le piace di più progettare, inventare e costruire un libro più che disegnarlo.
Si lancia nell’imprevedibile mondo dell’autoproduzione, lavorando nel frattempo su commissione come grafica, fotografa e video editor.
Tuttavia da tre anni lavora come fashion designer per un marchio di abbigliamento per bambini. Proprio quando pensava di aver chiuso con l’editoria ecco che si rilancia in questo magico mondo in veste di autrice e sceneggiatrice di una distopica graphic novel illustrata da Lucien Clear…
I Chalk Espers sono forse tornati?

Elisa Martino was born in Rome in 1992. Since childhood she loved creating and destroying, dirtying and getting dirty. She studied at a classical high school although she was more inclined to scientific subjects. After graduating she enrolled at university, course in Chemistry, but she soon realised she was more interested in the color of the substances rather than their formula. She then decided to attend “IED” university in Rome where she graduated in Illustration and Animation, but after some experience in book publishing for children, she found out that designing, inventing and building a book could be much more fun than drawing one. She jumped into the mysterious world of auto-production, meanwhile working as a freelancer on graphic design, photography and video projects. However since 2016 she’s working as a fashion designer in a brand of clothing for kids. Just when she thought she was done with publishing, a new project shoves her back into this magic world as an author and scriptwriter of a dystopian graphic novel illustrated by Lucien Clear…
Are the Chalk Espers back?

Elisa Martino nasce a Roma, anno 1992. Fin da bambina amava creare e distruggere, sporcarsi e sporcare. Frequenta il liceo classico, ma avrebbe preferito lo scientifico. Appassionata di scienze si iscrive alla facoltà di chimica, ma si rende conto che era più interessata ai colori delle soluzioni piuttosto che alla loro formula matematica. Decide quindi di frequentare lo IED di Roma dove si laurea in Illustrazione e animazione, ma dopo alcune esperienze nell’editoria come illustratrice d’infanzia, scopre che le piace di più progettare, inventare e costruire un libro più che disegnarlo. Si lancia nell’imprevedibile mondo dell’autoproduzione, lavorando nel frattempo su commissione come grafica, fotografa e video editor. Tuttavia da tre anni lavora come fashion designer per un marchio di abbigliamento per bambini. Proprio quando pensava di aver chiuso con l’editoria ecco che si rilancia in questo magico mondo in veste di autrice e sceneggiatrice di una distopica graphic novel illustrata da Lucien Clear…
I Chalk Espers sono forse tornati?

Elisa Martino was born in Rome in 1992. Since childhood she loved creating and destroying, dirtying and getting dirty. She studied at a classical high school although she was more inclined to scientific subjects. After graduating she enrolled at university, course in Chemistry, but she soon realised she was more interested in the color of the substances rather than their formula. She then decided to attend “IED” university in Rome where she graduated in Illustration and Animation, but after some experience in book publishing for children, she found out that designing, inventing and building a book could be much more fun than drawing one. She jumped into the mysterious world of auto-production, meanwhile working as a freelancer on graphic design, photography and video projects. However since 2016 she’s working as a fashion designer in a brand of clothing for kids. Just when she thought she was done with publishing, a new project shoves her back into this magic world as an author and scriptwriter of a dystopian graphic novel illustrated by Lucien Clear…
Are the Chalk Espers back?