is a Finnish illustrator. He is interested in patterns, landscapes and still lifes. He creates his illustrations by blending geometric shapes with collages and quirky organic forms and then filling them with textures. Inspired by the Japanese masters Kazumasa Nagai and Tadanori Yokoo, he has been commissioned to create T-shirt prints for Levi’s and Nixon as well as board graphics for Burton. His editorial illustrations have been featured in magazines like Dwell, Varoom! and Dossier Journal and his works can be seen in various publications such as Laurence King’s For Love and Money, Creative Review and Computer Arts. He lives and works in Helsinki, Finland.
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