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Monday, April 02, 2007

Olimpia Zagnoli: Effortless Illustration

There's something effortless about Olimpia Zagnoli's work. Care free looking sketches over cut and found objects, and color like it's second nature, this young illustrator has quite a career ahead of her. If you think her website is nice, check out her Flickr pages. I love her work. It's just right.

She says..."I was born in Montecchio Emilia, near Reggio Emilia, on the 29 February 1984. I had my first crush on Picasso when I was four. At this moment I live in Milan, I'm 23 and I like Pirates, Peanuts and Stationery. When I get old, I'd like to be an Illustrator, a biologist and a rockstar."
( via Children's Illustration )

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