24.03.09 by Jeff

Stina Persson

Illustrations by Stina Persson. Sweden.

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink

stina persson fashion illustration illustrator drawing watercolor paint ink













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Great work. I really admire seeing female illustrators.

  • bdpowell

    Beautiful. Once, again, has that real 70’s vibe going on. Hope she’s being represented and is doing well.

  • Gorgeous!

  • penguin

    i love it

  • MARS

    i dont want to knock Stina’s work but in regards to the last picture, it seems like doing pictures with patterns or objects coming out of heads replacing hair is as trendy as driving a range rover in hollywood right now.

    • captain obvious

      ^ useless!

      • Kyle

        Here here….

  • I love this style. The third one down is actually my favorite… very simple but has a lot of feeling in each line.

  • the last one is unreal

  • Eric Robinson

    WOW, finally I finish watching all your post.
    I think I have an information-overdose.
    Great stuff dude!
    Here’s my little something, after all you gave me (us) I thought I have to give something back, its not great, but is fun: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CPDmGH50YQ
    Enjoy!

  • I really love this! The blend of colors and loosely drawn/illustrated lines are beautiful!

  • The portrait images that you create give a feel of freshness and give the viewer a sense of involvement with the strong lines, its like you want the viewer to fill in the missing areas.

  • Alexander

    Represent SWEDEN :D

    I been to Stinas shows/displays about 4-5 times now, she has got some really great work!

    I m looking into getting one of these to live up my apartment a bit, she really does amazing work

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  • THESE ARE QUITE BRILLIANT

  • Jack

    These are so great!

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  • Dream Media Design

    WOW beautiful, stunning, gorgeous and inspiring. ( i like alot alot alot and more than that!)





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