Nanna Prieler’s tangible illustrations developed from an organic process 

By Lucy Bourton

The tangible quality of Nanna Prieler’s illustrations make you wonder exactly how they are made. Certainly not digital, the use of negative space leads you to think they could be lino cut, but actually they’re collages. “The illustration work I did was digital at first, but more and more I got into pencil sketches and found my way back into hand drawing again,” Nanna tells It’s Nice That. “For the colouring process I cut out shapes of my sketches and use acrylic paint and sponges to print on paper or carton.”

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