Ola Sadownik is a young polish illustrator, finishing her final year of master’s studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, Poland while creating engaging illustrations in a uniquely personal style. Sadownik’s work moves swiftly and effortlessly between digital and more traditional analog styles, yet always being easily recognizable from their vibrant color schemes and fluid, organic lines.
Finding inspiration from everything around her, Sadownik translates our familiar settings and moods into appealing still-lifes of our everyday lives
“I aim to make subtle yet energetic depictions of all things human, touching on the themes of lifestyle, psychology, food, or fashion. I want to create art that resonates with the viewer and makes them recognize some familiar, universal feelings or states of mind”, Sadownik writes.
I want to create art that resonates with the viewer and makes them recognize some familiar, universal feelings or states of mind.
Finding the beauty in the mundane, replicating what she sees through her own lens, Sadowiks work decodes a sense of presence, familiarity, and openness that feels refreshing and engaging. The bold, vivid color combinations make the illustrations come alive, in a “comic-like” sense, while the fearless, fluidly drawn lines and strokes create movement. Enjoy more of the artist’s work by following her on Instagram.