Ana Jaks’ Generous Pattern Combos and Graphic Forms

Lines, zigzags, and polkadots crash against each other in the graphically high-volume illustrations from Falmouth, UK-based illustrator, Ana Jaks. We enjoy her generous use of pattern and mixture of harsh edges and more loosely cut shapes.

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© Ana Jaks, 2016

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