Utilizing his signature model of paper-like cutouts, Estonian illustrator Eiko Ojala (beforehand) digitally renders works that play with shadow and depth. He often collaborates with well-known publications like The Guardian and The Washington Submit, amongst others, on editorial tasks that unpack the legacy of James Joyce’s Ulysses, recount the experiences of pandemic meetups, or dive into political analyses. Ojala’s well timed works are colourful and minimal, with each bit based mostly on a robust visible metaphor.
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