Seven Summits by Riccardo Vicentelli

Our feature today is about the Seven Summits; the highest mountains of each of the seven continents. Let’s take a look at this wonderful art and learn more about the seven highest peaks. Enjoy!

The “Seven Summits” project consists of 7 images (one for each mountain) plus a total image with all shades of blue. In order of height: Puncak Jaya for Oceania, Vinson for Antarctica, Elbrus for Europe, Kilimanjaro for Africa, Denali for North America, Aconcagua for South America and finally Everest for Asia.

– Riccardo Vicentelli



The project comes from my great passion for the mountains. There are so many interesting things to discover and to learn about them. I have heard of the “Seven Summits” while watching a movie, the topic caught me immediately and I decided to learn more about. So I thought of designing posters to show everyone what are the highest mountains of each of the seven continents.

– Riccardo Vicentelli



To complete the project, it took me a couple of days. I spent some time looking for the right images and to find the right shade of blue and I used Photoshop and Illustrator.

– Riccardo Vicentelli



After discovering the “Seven Summits” I thought that I absolutely had to tell the world of their existence through design. I associated the cold of the mountain to the freshness of the blue. So I created 7 posters with 7 different shades, from the lightest blue to darker blue, respectively, in increasing order of the height of the mountains.

– Riccardo Vicentelli


Always be yourself and follow your instincts and passions.

– Riccardo Vicentelli


Riccardo Vicentelli is a 24-year-old artist from Milan, Italy. He is the founder and design director of GRADOZERO, a communication and design studio in Milano. He’s a big fan of innovations, inventions, communication and technology. Riccardo always had a huge passion for graphics, he started as a young boy who created posters for some club, then he finished Communication and turned his passion for design into an exciting job. He is currently working on a great project for a company in Los Angeles and that project will go online soon!

See more of his artworks in Behance.