Artwork by Campagna and Scheiderbauer seems clean and pure geometrical. Pamela Campagna, a self-taught graphic designer, worked for various cultural organizations. In particular, Franklin Furnace Archive in New York, Pistoletto Foundation in Biella and Esterni in Milan. Meanwhile, in 2006 she moved to Seville, where she co-founded with Thomas Scheiderbauer L-ABLE. A small itinerant design studio, concentrating its graphic work on cultural and social issues.
L-able has designed several campaigns for Solidaridad Internacional and his creations have been used by the WWF, by Piemonte Parchi, by Tufts University in Medford (Massachusetts) and by UNICEF to illustrate social problems.
Their work took part in various exhibitions in several museums, cultural centers, and galleries. In particular, the CAS – the Art Center of Seville, Arts decoratifs – Palais du Louvre in Paris, Triennale in Milan, and Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome. Also, Galleria Civica di Modena and the National Museum of La Paz. Besides, the artists participated in international graphic events such as Graphisme dans la Rue in Paris, ManifestaZOOne in Cuneo, 100% Design in Tokyo and Seoul and the triennial AntiAIDS Ukraine-Kiev. Noteworthy, at the 11th Triennial of Political Posters in Mons they received award (the 3rd prize for the creation of a work about freedom of expression). According to the artists, they will attend the 18th Lahti Poster Biennial in Finland.
L-able was also part of the pre-selection jury of poster4tomorrow, a well known graphic competition on social issues.
At the moment L-able is in Polignano a Mare, on a small terrace overlooking the sea.