Giulia Hartz and the illustrations that mix pop culture and irony

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6 August 2019

There is a thin veil of irony that accompanies all the illustrations made by Giulia Hartz, a young Italian artist and designer.

Giulia Hartz‘s artistic career begins on the shores of Garda Lake, where she was born and where she immediately developed an interest in drawing. Then she developed in Milan, where she undertook a course of study focused on Design at the Politecnico, arriving to move to Berlin, the city where she lives and works today and that manages to give her the charge and the stimulus necessary in her work.

Among the many things she deals with, Giulia also creates beautiful illustrations characterized by a style developed over time, using any technique, from colored pencils and paper to arrive at the digital drawing. 

Giulia Hartz represents her world, what she lives every day, what surrounds her, her friends and personal experiences. That’s why each illustration tells a story and you know, the stories are made to be told to someone and she decided to share them on Instagram, making her followers her private audience. 

You will not fail to like the style of her illustrations, it is as if the young Italian designer took elements that belong to pop culture and related to current affairs and mixed them with a very personal touch of irony. 

Below you will find a selection of his works, to find out more go to her Instagram profile.

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giulia hartz | Collater.al
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giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al
giulia hartz | Collater.al

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