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Paper cuts by Eiko Ojala, a renowned illustrator and graphic designer based in Estonia.

He works mostly digitally and draws everything by hand. Within his work process Eiko likes to study the forms of shapes and to work closely with light and shadow. He likes to keep his illustrations minimal and well-advised and combines consummate craftsmanship with a healthy sprinkling of wit.

Art prints available for sale at Saatchi Art

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