He becomes an illustrator for magazines ad periodicals of the "Corriere della Sera" group: first with "La lettura" then in 1915 and 1916 on "Il Corriere dei Piccoli" and "Italia Bella".
Together with A. Beltrame, R. Salvadori and others he illustrated "Qua e là per il mondo" by Luigi Barzini , published in 1929 by U. Hoepli, Milan.
He does some drawings for "Pluto", a Greek play by Aristotles (never published).
He illustrates "Viaggi Sentimentale" by L.Sterne, published in 1926 by Hoepli Milan, and "Fanciulli d'Italia" by A. V. Gentile
He does some drawings for "Il Novellino" and "Il Guerin Meschino".
He illustrates an important edition of "Poesie Edite e Inedite" by Carlo Porta, published in 1929 by Hoepli.
He is committed several times to psychiatric hospitals from 1924 and his career is abruptly interrupted.
He prepares a rough draft of "Lazzarillo de Torme" (a Spanish literature masterpiece) which is never published.
He offers drawings and a rough draft for an edition of "I Promessi Sposi" by A. Manzoni, which he had been working on for years and which is never published.
He prepares a rough draft for "The Prayes" of St. Francis (a famous thirteenth century text).
He offers to the publishers Hoepli "Cosa è la Follia", a manuscrpt with «somatic» illustrations done during his internment. This too is never published.
He offers to the publishers Hoepli "Cosa è la Follia", a manuscript with «somatic» illustrations done during his internment. This too is never published.
He does some illustrations for some books for
children, "Stretta La Foglia Larga La Via." by G. Latronio and "Ravaldino" by A. Romagnoli. All of these for the publishers Ceschina.
He prepares a rough draft of "Enzeli" a book for children by Piero Trevisani which not only was never published but has been lost to us.