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We are compelled to check in on the work of renowned Russian illustrator/graphic designer Eiko Ojala every so often (here and here) because he’s just so good. Ojala’s style is distinct… we now recognize it from a mile away. These are truly mixed media endeavors, mixing digital illustration, paper textures, and both real and artificial shadows. His adept sense of color, composition and depth are hallmarks of his incredible body of work, which includes illustrations for a variety of impressive clients including The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler Magazine, Herman Miller, Harvard Business Review, Scientific American Mind, Ebony Magazine and The New Yorker. Here’s a sampling of some of his more recent work, including a children’s book he recently illustrated (available for purchase here). Enjoy.

Via ploom.tv

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We’ve seen the work of Russian artist Eiko Ojala before, and it’s really special. His latest piece, a landscape, certainly qualifies. He’s clearly expanded his repertoire from colorful portraits to a more detailed and illustrative style, complete with shadows. Simply awesome.

Via Behance

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Russian illustrator/designer/art director Eiko Ojala creates beautiful work with paper. The layering technique Ojala employes in his collages feels really fresh and unique. The nuance he achieves in small details, particularly in his portrait work, is really something. His keen sense of color rounds out this excellent body of work.

Via ploom.tv

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