Young women, floral elements, patterns of all kinds, bright and vibrant colours, all come together perfectly in Sasha Ignatiadou‘s illustrations.
Sasha Ignatiadou is a Russian-born artist and illustrator who currently lives and works in Germany. The art of drawing has always been a part of her life, ever since her mother enrolled her in an art school when she was 13 years old. Since then Sasha has been busy creating illustrations, honing her technique further by graduating from the Academy of Architecture and Art in Rostov-on-Don and starting to make a name for herself through small exhibitions organised with friends.
When she moved to Germany at the age of 25, she decided to turn her passion into a real job.
To date, Sasha Ignatiadou’s illustrations have been published in magazines and journals in many countries, from China to Spain, and her clients include names such as Puma, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Magazine and many others.
The recurring themes and elements in her work are natural elements such as flowers or plants, which often form multicoloured patterns in the background, and young women. Sasha has a gift for capturing the beauty and uniqueness of people, emphasising their features and celebrating their origins. Her illustrations have an oriental feel to them and can be done in acrylic, watercolour, oil paint or even completely digitally.
We have selected just a few of her works, but if you want to find out more, follow her on Instagram.