Sabina Lindemann is an illustrator from Toronto. She strives to make funny, expressive and relatable images that focus on navigating the ins and outs of contemporary life in the city: our interpersonal relationships, physical and mental health, jobs and economic security, the impact of technology, and the things we do for fun.
Influenced by mid-century illustration, design, and cinematography, I'm inclined toward telling stories with my images. I'm interested in developing layers of meaning, hidden connections between elements of a picture, and inspiring a viewer to consider what's not in the image as much as what is. I paint in gouache, illustrate digitally in Photoshop, and fool around with ink and watercolour as well. I love to play with colour, texture and shape.
Illustration, Graphic/Digital Art, Painting
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