Creative Lives — Illustrator Egle Zvirblyte talks mastering time management and travelling with work
Somewhere between London and Lithuania, Egle Zvirblyte is redefining what it means to be a travelling artist, making studios of co-working spaces or Airbnb’s abroad. But Egle doesn’t necessarily travel light: her eclectic and ever-growing set of vibrant, shapely and occasionally sassy characters are always close at hand. Her commanding and confident style has appealed her to clients such as Ok Cupid and Dazed & Confused Magazine, and with a background in both film studies and spatial design, it’s no surprise to see her larger-than-life characters on everything from walls and posters to products and paintings. We caught up with her to hear about early influences, learning the value of time as a young creative and the theme park she dreams of building.
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