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Illustration19.08.2018

The stunning illustrations of Karolis Strautniekas

The stunning illustrations of Karolis Strautniekas

Today we feature Karolis Strautniekas and his very interesting aesthetic style. This Lithuanian illustrator initially worked as a graphic designer and then decided to specialize in illustration in 2013. His career is impressive, he notably worked with Audi, Adobe, Forbes, GQ, Monocle, NYT, The New Yorker, Variety or the Wired. His art is all about contrasts, lights, nuances and textures. If you love what you see below, you should definitely check his portfolio and his Instagram.

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