Caitlin Taguibao is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Toronto, Canada. She has created visuals for various non-profit and community organizations whose main focus is on food and agriculture, and has spent time working in urban gardens and organic farms across Canada. She uses flat colours and bold linework to create colourful compositions based out of plant lore and personal stories.
I like being outside. I like to move my body and to work with my hands. I enjoy working with people who share similar ideas and interests in food growing, environmental stewardship and community engagement, which have led me to my current focus on painting murals and urban gardening. My work often incorporates various natural elements such as plants, spores and animals from different places into one, touching upon themes of mixed identities and exploring moments of self-reflection and growth.
Illustration, Graphic/Digital Art
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