Ettore Tripodi was born in Milan on September 23 1985, he studied Stage Design at “Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera” in Milan, while starting to exhibit in collective art shows organized by Studio D’arte Cannaviello. In this space, in 2010, he organized his first personal exhibition. Different exhibitions in public and private spaces would follow (State Institute of Culture, Sophia, Lissone’s MAC, International Painting Exhibition, Hang Zhou, Cina). He collaborates as an illustrator with different magazines and newspapers, among which la Domenica del Sole 24 ore.

Ettore is among the founders of MammaFotogramma Studio (, a group of artists focusing on Applied Arts (stop motion video, traditional animation and live action, multimedia installations, interaction design for events and exhibition spaces, design and architecture). 

One of the characteristics of the studio is to internally develop every part of the creative process of a production: from the concept of original contempts to video production, construction and set up, post -production and project management, the Studio offers homogeneity of language and meaning, for more complex productions as well.

Among the most representative works there’s the interaction installation of Cassina 9.0 at Feltrinelli Foundation in 2017, the interactive table presented within Expo 2015 for the Holy See Pavilion, Dollar Street in 2019 at Triennale Milano.