Eva Redamonti
"Why We Hate Women’s Voices, How I Reclaimed Mine"

Illustrating an essay adapted from "Hysterical: A Memoir", by Elissa Bassist.


Commissioned | Professional

How were your illustrations used? :
Magazine or newspaper inside or spot illustration/s

How did you make this work:
This essay was adapted from Hysterical: A Memoir, by Elissa Bassist, out September 13, 2022, from Hachette. The book centers on how girls and women repress their rage and silence their own voices in a patriarchal system and the ways in which that harms them (sometimes even manifesting in physical pains and ailments).

Commissioner Name :
Grace Molteni
Commissioner Company :
Mother Jones Magazine
Commissioned for:
Mother Jones Magazine

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Currently Based:
United States of America (USA)

Eva Redamonti is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY, USA. Her work focuses on topics such as futurism, psychedelia, mental health, and technology. Eva dedicates part of her work to fine art, and the other part as a published illustrator - having worked with publications such as the New York Times, WIRED, Medium, Domestika, CNN, Adobe, and more.