Eiko Ojala Digitizes Paper Art

 

Eiko Ojala is a paper illustrator. I first saw his work back in 2013 and it was marvelous to see how one creates depth perception by digitally imitating an art crafted in a paper. Ojala makes it look as if that image was naturally supposed to be done with paper. His work is minimalistic but always has a teasing aspect.

Lately, I have been seeing lots of his work on cover stories around major world issues. Many of them are evolved into moving art, not left static but enticing our imagination through a more continuous scene. He resides in Estonia.

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Illustration for The New York Times about the politics race (Clinton/Berns)
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Illustration for The New Yorker about the Zika virus vaccine
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Illustration for Sunday Review of The New York Times about the Brazil Olympics

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FKA Twigs

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Illustration for The New York Times

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