Moscow-based illustrator Katerina Voronina’s work uses a warm colour palette of oranges and yellows to add contrast to her angular characters. Katerina has created work for GQ, Women’s Health and many Russian magazines, yet it was her personal sketches that caught our eye, for their quick and free nature.
Using colouring pencils, Katerina’s confident markings are rich and full of texture as the white of her paper peeks through her drawings. Depicting scenes on the beach, at airports and on the street, the illustrator conveys that sense of carefree fun the warmer months often conjure.
With distantly cubist vibes, Katerina’s style sees her focus on the geometry of her characters and the shapes that fit together towards making them whole. This approach creates a stark dialogue between light and shadow, giving her landscapes a real sense of movement.