Giulia Hartz

“It is easy for young illustrators to get lost in the predominant trends of the moment as we all wish for people to like our work. Emulating these trends might seem like a shortcut, but it’s not. Focus on who you are and what you want to tell, then sketch it out.”

Giulia Hartz

Martina Ambroz

“Perfection bores me. That is the reason I sometimes take the pen with my right hand. Mistakes are essential: I don’t erase anything, because even mistakes have an essence of their own. I like to maintain a different outlook on things.”

Martina Ambroz

Shantell Martin

Shantel Martin is a NYC based artist best known for her black and white compositions. The work of Shantell Martin is a meditation of lines, a language of characters, creatures, and messages that invites her viewers to share in her creative process.

Shantell Martin

Ana Popescu

Ana Popescu’s recent art exhibition at the Ravnikar Gallery Space sparked this interview we are presenting today. Ana is a Romania-born artist and illustrator, whose drawings are results of her fascination with different visual impressions, such as light, shade scenes, space, etc. Today we have the pleasure to ask her a few questions about her work and creative process. 

Ana Popescu

Liz Rowland

Māgoa presents Liz Rowland, a London-based illustrator, whose art explores the world and celebrates different cultures and lifestyles, that make us so diverse.

Liz Rowland

Alja Horvat

Alja Horvat is a talented illustrator, based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Only at the age of 21, still a graphic design student at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, she already has a clear, unique creative vision and a flourishing career as a graphic designer. Today we decided that instead of conducting a traditional interview with Alja, we would highlight a few of our favorite quotes from our conversation and let her work speak for itself.

Alja Horvat