Ukrainian designer and illustrator Kat Bielobrova who lives and works in Istanbul creates work that plays with vivid and bright colors and soft textures. Bielobrova is focused on posthumanism exploration in modern society and the speculation of human consciousness and its future. This juxtaposition of us and the space that surrounds us, us as a space, and how it’s all connected, is shown in an interesting light through the pen of Bielobrova.
Bielobrova is focused on posthumanism exploration in modern society and the speculation of human consciousness and its future.
Having studied design theory, Bielobrova has a unique understanding of layout and perspective, which shows in her work.
Bielobrava’s illustration style is about bright and fun colors and textures, exploration of composition, and endless experimentation with shape and space. Whether creating an illustration of abstract shapes or figures within it, she finds a dimension that feels fresh, offering a new perspective.
Having been creative from very early childhood, Bielobrova first studied graphic design at the Kyiv College of Technology and Design, before continuing her studies of theory in design at the Design Department of the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Poznan. Her works, which include silkscreen prints, paintings, and illustrations, have been showcased at various events and festivals, as well as in magazines such as Vogue Poland, Sandu Publishing, Maly Format magazine, etc. Below are some of our favorite works by the creative – but make sure to follow Bielobrova on Instagram for more inspiration, or purchase some of her works for yourself here.