"My arts tell stories of a peaceful world where we observe the decline of the heavy metal structures representing the human chains, sometimes cultural, sometimes political and sometimes phisical. These chains fall and free that purity and excitement that has been the spark of us being children."
"As a designer myself, I have often felt like I was drawing products that often were just fulfilling the directions of marketing and just feeding consumerism. I have seen so many drawings created with hours of heart and passion that have not made it to production, and this experience has grown into me a new awareness. A desire grew into me to free my drawings from the logic of production and business."
Professor, industrial design, 2016–present, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah
Car designer, 2015, Pi–Makina
Car designer, 2015, Mercedes–Benz, Pi-Makina
Concept designer, 2015, Toyota
Car designer, 2012, Rolls Royce
At the age of 19 after attending the science high school, Guido moved to Venice where he would attend the Architecture University IUAV. He graduates in 2003 under the guidance of professor Luciano Semerani with a thesis that was the design of an experimental park for the production of clean energy, where some architectures were inspired by the work of Sir Norman Foster.
In 2005 Guido moved to Los Angeles to study transportation design. Here he would attend Art Center College of Design and would get to know the work of relevant professors such as John Velazko and Richard Pietruska, who would become great source of inspiration.
In 2007 he moves back to Italy where he would meet the designer Francesco barbi and together they started the design studio Barbi Bottazzo, a design laboratory active to provide industrial design solutions to clients.