By
Alejandra Chacón de Azúa

Lithuanian illustrator Egle Zvirblyte lived in London for nine years, the she moved to Melbourne and now she’s living and working in Barcelona. She uses with primary colors to make bold forms and absurd concepts that have won her international recognition.

Egle Zvirblyte puts emphasis on composition, colors and design, though she says she doesn’t like to take her work “very seriously”

Her bright, poignant and playful illustrations show what she defines as “fictional worlds”, inhabited by characters with a life of their own: “they come from a comic saga of intertwined stories and I like to jump between them”. Egle Zvirblyte puts emphasis on composition, colors and design, though she says she doesn’t like to take her work “very seriously” as each vignette is based on “absurdity, sexuality and street culture; they are full of bromance, the power of women and 80s fashion.”