| ProfessionalWhy did you make this work:
There was no specific topic from the client (Brasil Warsaw), just to make a piece that will make people smile. As there are many problems in Brazil such as poverty and crime, I wanted to share my positive fantasies about the society there - fun, sunshine, drinks, music and sports.
How was the illustration used:
The embroidered illustrations were used as gifts for various clients.
How did you make this work:
I could use whatever colours I like, and whatever shapes and characters. I designed the illustrations as vectors, which were then sent to a specialised print shop where they were made as embroidery. Commissioner Name :
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Based in Poland, Karol Banach is an illustrator whose love for pattern, whimsical characters and organic shapes is reflected throughout his work. He takes inspiration from a multitude of modern art - including personal favourites Picasso and Basquiat - to create his surreal illustrations and imagined worlds. From the pages of his sketchbook, his playful compositions are translated into striking brand visuals, which are easily adaptable across editorial, publishing, packaging and advertising, and truly come to life in mural design, where his speciality also lies. His client list includes Adobe, Uber, WWF, Snapchat, Dropbox, Ikea, The New York Times, Huawei, American Express and The Washington Post.