|Born||30 January 1974|
|Known for||Fantasy art|
Lucio Parrillo (born 30 January 1974) is an Italian artist, known for comic books, role-playing game covers, and Magic: The Gathering cards.
Lucio was born in Catanzaro, southern Italy, where he attended art school in Catanzaro.
Parrillo penciled the comics Vampire Girls, Coven 2 and Eternal Temptation, and also did the artwork on the series L'Empire Eternel. He has created covers for Skorpio, Lennox, Vampirella, and Lord of the Jungle.
His Dungeons & Dragons work includes cover art for Champions of Ruin (2005), and interior art for Sharn: City of Towers (2004), Monster Manual III (2004), Eberron Campaign Setting (2004), Champions of Valor (2005), Spell Compendium (2005), Red Hand of Doom (2006), Tome of Magic (2006), Player's Handbook II (2006), Dragon Magic (2006), Expedition to Castle Ravenloft (2006), Rules Compendium (2007), and the fourth edition Manual of the Planes (2008), Thunderspire Labyrinth (2008), Pyramid of Shadows (2008), and Martial Power (2008).
Parrillo's other print work has included the magazines Città, Color, and Lanciostory; the newspaper Il Cavatore; and stories and posters for publishing house Zero Press. He has also illustrated video games.
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Nato a Catanzaro il 30 Gennaio del 1974... / Born in Catanzaro on January 30, 1974...
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- Official website
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- "Lucio Parrillo in mostra al '74 Rosso Art Studio' di Firenze / Lucio Parrillo on display at the '74 Rosso Art Studio' in Florence" (in Italian). IlSitoDiFirenze / The Site of Florence. 29 June 2014. Archived from the original on 29 March 2017. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
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