The very personal style of this young illustrator has already attracted the attention of various international publications such as The New York Times
She has been living in London for several years, but she has not forgotten her roots. Or precisely because of remembering them through her own filter, Sara Andreasson recreates people and their daily lives in such a characteristic way, as if there was a warmth in her native Sweden that only certain people who have spent many years in those lands are capable of appreciating.
The recognizable style of Sara Andreasson
Born in 1989 in Kristinehamn, in the southern half of the Scandinavian country, this illustrator has carved out an easily recognizable style, based on the simple contrasts of a well-defined color palette, small distortions of reality, geometry as a one more element and the undisguised use of virtual graphics.
Some designs with high advertising interest
Playing with abstraction and, on occasion, with direct messages in his works, Andreasson has received calls to collaborate with Apple, Gucci, Adidas, The New York Times, The Guardian, Rolling Stone or Penguin Random House, among others.
Undoubtedly, a commitment to the future that crystallizes the avant-garde by rasterizing what their eyes have seen.