Creative Lives — Illustrator Egle Zvirblyte talks mastering time management and travelling with work

Posted 29 January 2018 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

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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