Sharp Angles and Soft Colours in Illustrations by Sara Ciprandi

With their sharp angles and pointed edges, Sara Ciprandi’s fashionable ladies cut bold silhouettes in her illustrations. But by using lighter, delicate colours and soft textures, Sara is able to find balance and play with interesting contrasts in her work.

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As well as working with illustration, Sara has worked for different advertising agencies as a designer and art director.

Her work is inspired by the world of illustration, desaturated colours, and Japanese patterns.

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© Nicole Ciprandi, 2016

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