Eiko Ojala, the Estonian graphic designer and illustrator draws everything by hand to create landscapes, figures and portraits that look as if they’ve been cut from paper. He has made dimensional drawings for leading publications around the world. His process involves a mix of digital illustration, paper textures, and a mix of both real and artificial shadows. Eiko won a 2013 Young Illustrators award and an ADC Young Gun award, and his work has appeared in Wired, the New York Times, the New Yorker, Dwell Magazine and elsewhere. Checkout more of his works on Behance.
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