More excellent work from unstoppable Swedish illustrator Sara Andreasson

Date
20 August 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

They don’t come much sharper than Sara Andreasson, the Swedish illustrator who was on the site back in March but who has posted so much new work on her website that we see fit to feature her again already. The Swede has been hard at work, creating commissions for The Debrief, New York Times Magazine and Rolling Stone, toying with witty observations and reassuring block colour to demonstrate that she’s just as nimble whipping up images to suit a brief as she is with personal work. Her experiments with rasterisation and contrasting patterns are especially intriguing, hinting at a whole new technique which is ripe for exploration (and more of which can be seen of on her Tumblr.)

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Sara Andreasson: Rasterize

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Sara Andreasson: Ibiza Virgin? Here’s A Survival Guide To Get You Through for The Debrief

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Sara Andreasson: Men You’ll Almost Certainly Sleep With On Your Gap Year for The Debrief

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Sara Andreasson: Museum

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Sara Andreasson: Ask An Adult: When Are The Post Holiday Blues A Sign Of Something More Serious for The Debrief

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Sara Andreasson: Rasterize

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Sara Andreasson: Tan Lines

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Sara Andreasson: Here’s Your Need to Know As The Commonwealth Games Kicks Off for The Debrief

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Sara Andreasson: Taco Taco

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Sara Andreasson: Rasterize

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Maisie Skidmore

Maisie joined It’s Nice That fresh out of university in the summer of 2013 as an intern before joining full time as an Assistant Editor. Maisie left It’s Nice That in July 2015.

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