Mark Luiggi



Mark Luiggi is a Massachusetts artist whose paintings and clocks appear in private collections throughout New England including those of André Previn and other notable collectors. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Ithaca College, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design from Rochester Institute of Technology. In addition to years as a graphic designer and commercial illustrator, Luiggi has shown in numerous exhibitions in New England during his thirty-plus year career. He was a member/exhibitor at The Society For Arts and Crafts in Boston (1993-1999) and has shown his work in commercial galleries from Maine to Cape Cod. 

In addition to a successful line of giclée prints, Luiggi continues to create original work and recently participated in  Steampunk Springfield-Reimagining An Industrial City at The Springfield Museums in Springfield, Massachusetts.

In 2015, Luiggi completed two illustrated humor books: Thinking Inside The Box, a collection of cartoons, and John Dudley’s Undoubtedly Useful Products, an imaginary catalogue of unusual “products” circa 1925.