María Medem’s Atmospheric Illustrations Are a Soothing Tonic for A Hectic World – Design You Trust

María Medem’s Atmospheric Illustrations Are a Soothing Tonic for A Hectic World

María Medem lives and works in Spain. Her fascination for comics and abstraction led her to work very early on in the arts and illustration fields. Her work then evolved into narrative compositions borrowing from strange and surprising comic strips. She regularly collaborates with various publications such as Medium, the New York Times, Wired or Anxy magazine.

María’s creations are a soothing tonic for a hectic world. Drenched in resplendent sunset tones, these dreamy scenes and their peaceful characters capture comforting moments of tranquility.

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