In conversation with Nicole Chui, Kimberley Cookey-Gam, and Kimran Rana
JoinedSeptember 20, 2020
Natasha is a UK based freelance illustrator who loves using bold colours and incorporating words or a sense of movement into her work. She has always enjoyed sketching and drawing but her love for digital illustration began whilst leading the design team for Impact, her University’s student-run magazine. After her time there, she improved her skills and processes through self-initiated projects that focused on food and patterns, before becoming a frequent contributor to Vittles Newsletter. She has since been commissioned by Mob Kitchen, Shado Magazine and At the Table Magazine. As she has become more experienced in article-based illustrations she has experimented with different types of imagery, endeavouring to portray the deeper meaning behind an author’s message. She loves editorial illustration because it gives art a purpose - helping to enhance the words of a writer. natashaphangleeillustration.com Instagram @npl_illustration Portfolio: natashaphanglee.myportfolio.com/work
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