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As promised in the "Artist of the week" article here are some facts you might want to know about illustrator Natalie Shau.
"Natalie Shau is illustrator and photographer from Lithuania (Vilnius), currently living in Greece (Athens), where she has a workshop and photo studio. She works mainly in digital media and Natalie’s works are mixture of her photography, digital painting and 3D elements. She enjoys creating surreal and strange creatures, fragile and powerful at the same time. Natalie’s style was influenced a lot by religious imagery, fairytales illustrations and Russian classical literature such as Fyodor Dostoevsky, Nikolai Gogol etc. Natalie Shau constantly keeps working on her own personal artwork and exhibitions, but also enjoys creating illustrations for music bands, fashion designers and writers. Her illustrations for Lydia Courteille jewelry campaign were published in french VOGUE magazine. Natalie’s client list consists of many music and advertisement labels such as: Island Def Jam, Ogilvy & Mather, Sony BMG, Century Media, Nuclear Blast, Trisol etc." [text taken from natalieshau.carbonmade.com (check out the site to see all of her works!)]
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