Mathilda is a French/Italian graphic designer and illustrator. She co-founded

On The Mend, a design studio that targets healthcare inequalities by tailoring medical information to different communities. She also founded Conversations From Calais, a project documenting conversations between volunteers and migrants in Calais and pasting them on our cities’ walls.


She uses her practice to look closer for longer, to bring people together through creative exchanges and to place marginalised voices at the centre of our stories.

Selected Exhibitions:


'India Through My Eyes, Your Eyes, Our Eyes' - Bow Arts Row Lab

Now What Collective Show - Menier Gallery

Camberwell BA Illustration Undergraduate Show - Wilson Road

Mathilda Della Torre Solo Exhibition - Pépin La Lune

Selected Press:

Eco-age - 'A Crisis of Empathy’: Mathilda Della Torre’s Conversations From Calais

Vice - In Case You Needed Reminding: Refugees are people, not statistics

The Guardian - Conversations from Calais: the posters sharing migrant voices with the world

For Creative Girls - Using Design To Tackle Social Inequalities: Meet Designer & Artist, Mathilda Della Torre

The Canary - A powerful new project re-humanises those affected by the refugee crisis

Scene Arabia - "You said they didn't care whether you died of Corona or hunger, they just wanted you dead"

Brick Brewery - New Collaborative Beer: Buraz

The Indian Express - London graphic designer hopes to provide new art perspective to students in Chandigarh

The Tribune - French Illustrator Mathilda explores the idea of India