Tina DiCicco is a designer, illustrator, and storyteller
work you may discover in juvenile fiction,
corporate design, character design and illustration.
A graduate in Illustration
from Rhode Island School of Design,
Tina has worked as a professional artist for over
seventeen years. She has designed
packaging and catalogs to logos and displays for
active-lifestyle companies such as Nui, CamelBak
Systems, Buff Multifunctional Headwear, The Yellow Rose
Foundation for Type 1 Diabetes, and even the Jet
Laboratory at NASA. Tina’s designs are literally out of this
world (35 million miles away) on Mars. She
even signed the
Atlas V rocket, enhanced by her logo, before its liftoff.
When she’s not going into orbit for her
clients or handling
her responsibilities as a fulltime mom, Tina builds lopsided
homemade fountains, creates whimsical
and escapes to Nui Island, her favorite place on Earth.
She resides in Sonoma County with her two
patient husband, and two brilliant daughters.