Eiko Ojala lives in Estonia and has worked for 8 years as an illustrator and artistic director.
Its appeal to the forest, nature and artistic practice of the landscape grew considerably after working as a graphic designer in Australia for a few years.
He is currently studying the protection of the natural world. As a result, the illustrator draws heavily on his targeted studies and activities in the forest (river rafting, hiking …) which he then reinvests in his work. But Eiko works mainly on the study of forms and light, and their combination.
The assumed lack of realism of his achievements guides him towards a radical search for the simplicity of good form. This naturally leads him to techniques such as paper cutting and gluing, which he treats in a minimalist and clear manner. He works regularly for prestigious clients such as The New York Times, the Harvard Business Review and the Victora & Albert Museum.
The work of Eiko Ojala can be found in the pages of the first issue of Cercle Magazine.
© Eiko Ojala
Le site de Eiko Ojala: www.ploom.tv