A selection of work by Taiwan-born, Denmark-based illustrator Lulu Lin. Currently studying communication design at Design School Kolding, Lin states:
“I started to draw more gender neutral faces a few months ago in the attempt of de-associating a little with gender-specific images and taking a step back to look at myself more objectively. The tough and indifferent colours and gestures, coupled with the confused and blank looks were conceived through introspection. I would say these recent drawings of mine are more self-reflecting than my old work.”
See more of Lulu’s beautiful work below.
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