Illustrator Of The Week: Inna Lytvynchuk | TheHungryJPEG

Illustrator Of The Week: Inna Lytvynchuk | TheHungryJPEG

It’s been awhile since we brought in an illustrator from TheHungryJPEG for an interview. This time around we have Inna, a designer from Ukraine and also the backbone of Inna Lytvynchuk store. A person who enjoys everything about designing and creating beautiful works of art just to help other creatives around the world to get their best touch in design. Let’s get to know more about Inna!

Could you tell us about yourself?

My name is Inna. I am a designer, artist from Ukraine. I love to draw and create cozy illustrations.

How long have you been in this industry?

I have been in this industry for about 3 to 4 years.

When did you know you wanted to pursue designing and start selling it?

3 years ago I learned that illustrations can be sold on different design platforms. Before that, I worked as a textile designer and taught painting.

What inspires you the most? Where do you get your inspiration?

Nature, my children, the world and people around me.

Are you a traditional or digital artist? What are your preferred mediums to create your designs and graphics?

I began to create my illustrations with watercolors as I love permanent content. But now my country is at war, I have  evacuated with my family and all the materials were left at home. So now I will master digital illustration since there is no way to paint with watercolors.

Could you describe your design style?

I think my illustrations are closer to the classical style. But I’m attracted to minimalism and folk.

What is your favorite part of the designing process?

What I love the most is reading reviews and looking at pictures of products that use my illustrations. It inspires me to keep creating something new. And I love every step in the process of creating my new collection. From searching for an idea, drawing sketches to designing a preview.

Have you ever experienced creative blocks before? How did you handle it?

Yes. I often encounter creative blocks. In such cases, I go for a walk and observe nature. I look at folk art books and get my inspiration from the work of colleagues from other industries.

Inna Lytvynchuk’s Top 3

Do you have any advice or tips for future graphic designers out there?

Love what you do, study the current trends and learn customer’s needs. And as a result, you will get a product created with love and at the same time it will satisfy people’s needs.

If there is something you wish TheHungryJPEG could do for you, tell us.

I am very glad to cooperate with TheHungryJPEG.

Inna’s passion towards creating arts and designs can be seen from her store listings. Ranging from seasonal designs like summer and Christmas to digital papers and cute cliparts like bees and farm animals; just name it, Inna Lytvynchuk will definitely be able to do it. If you are looking for various watercolor illustrations and cliparts, be sure to stop by Inna Lytvynchuk store to meet your needs. One thing’s for sure, you will not regret it. Check it out now, till then!

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