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Illustrations and Mixed Media Art by Linn Olofsdotter


Linn Olofsdotter is an illustrator born in Sweden yet working and living in Brazil. Her style of work has enabled her to stretch out to various mediums such as advertising, branding for well known brands such as Levi’s, Oilily, and La Perla, wall murals, and CD covers for artists. Her work is best described as surreal with use of different media in a collage-like manner focusing on form and color integration. Below is a selection from her work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To check out more of her work and additional details, visit her website, click [HERE].

 

Linn Olofsdotter, from Sweden, has explored many mediums before solidifying her career in the illustration field. After getting her education in both advertising and graphic design in Europe and the US, she moved to Brazil to start up a motion graphics studio along with her husband and creative partner. More recently Linn worked as a senior art director at a Boston advertising agency.
During the beginning of her career she used her skills as an illustrator to help brand TV networks such as Fine Living, MTV and Anime Network amongst others. Nowadays Linn works independently creating artwork for a number of clients in the Fashion, Advertising and Editorial fields such as Oilily, La Perla and Bon Magazine.

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  4. olofsdotter has long been one of my favorite illustrators but i kinda lost track of her work for some reason! thank you for reminding me of her 🙂

    April 23, 2011 at 11:57 pm

  5. Now this has to be one of my most favorite posts on your blog! I absolutely adore her work..I’m speechless.

    May 3, 2011 at 2:44 pm

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