Under the Shout pseudonym is hiding a well-known, though quite young artist Alessandro Gottardo. He draws for many Italian illustration magazines, as well as working with advertisers.
Alessandro Gottardo began to draw in his early childhood. He clearly remembers the words of his first teacher, who convinced the boy that an artist can fit in one picture a whole story. In 2001 Alessandro was expelled from the European Institute of Design, in Milan. More than half of year, the artist worked solely on his portfolio. And then he began to take his first orders. Signing a contract with a Canadian agency, the author was forced to work only within the frames of his orders. This hampered his creativity, and he came up with the nickname Shout. Since 2005, the artist is a freelancer and doesn’t regret it.