Natalia Volpe grew up in Argentina, is a graphic designer with a degree from the Faculty of Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires and obtained a Master's degree in Literature at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. With more than 15 years of teaching experience at the University of Buenos Aires, she joined the National Minister of Education as editor coordinator for the National Reading Plan. Today, she dedicating herself exclusively to her studio, where she develops graphic, editorial and artistic projects, dividing her time between Buenos Aires and Lyon, where currently resides.
Committed to the design of social posters, she allocates part of her production to posters that challenge society which have been recognized and exhibited in different parts of the world.
She is also a founding member of the Onaire graphic collective. Where she experiences a work method called "Guiso gráfico", which serves as a tool for her collective artistic work. With the group she also addresses issues related to history, social and cultural reality; producing pieces of different formats: murals, objects and posters. The collective participate in exhibitions, provide workshops and conferences in different events around the world.