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Ksusha Itwazcool — Moscow, Russia

What is the most memorable piece of illustration you have come across? “Right now it’s a rhizo-print from Katya Dorokhina; I’m a big fan of her work and of postcards by Vladik Shuba.”

This Russia-born illustrator graduated from Moscow State University of Printing Arts, going on to work for Strelka KB before becoming a full-time freelance, with a focus on digital and animation. She has joined the Viuga Bureau, a new illustration agency, and says she is “a big fan of minimalism and simple geometric shapes”, but likes “something complex with abstract composition, rhythms and details… I believe in the power of irony and the moment when the illustration makes you look at commonplace things from a different angle.”

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