Chandra Costanza Coletti was born in Rome in 1988. After obtaining a Bachelor Degree in architecture, she moved to Austria and completed her studies at the Universität für Kunstlerische und Industrielle Gestaltung in Linz.

Encouraged by her professors, she started to focus on visual storytelling applied to architectural and urban projects, and when David Bowie died she decided to devote herself wholeheartedly to her biggest passion: creating images.

Since 2018 Costanza is based in Milan and works as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Collaborating with magazines, artists and publishing houses, she still dedicates a big amount of her time and energy to personal projects.

She has been practicing Kundalini Yoga and the meditative healing art called Sat Nam Rasayan intensively for the last 10 years and considers meditation to be her creative motor. Everything she creates arises from an experience of the limitless Space of Silence, which is an experience of emptiness, and at the same time a space full of inspiration.

Her illustrations picture deities, animals, adventurous girls and states of consciousness with joyful colors and a soft playfulness. The intention behind her (mostly digital) art is to tell stories and transmit vibes through beauty and awareness.

She draws everyday and gives online Yoga and meditation classes every week.




Interview on Indian Goods Co.

Video interview for Indernet 2020