Honest Illustrations That Reflect Contemporary Existence Of A Woman By Giulia Rosa – Design You Trust

Honest Illustrations That Reflect Contemporary Existence Of A Woman By Giulia Rosa

Through simple linework, vivid colors and delicate textures, Italian illustrator Giulia Rosa explores modern contemporary life, taboos, and romance. In these illustrations, one may find deep themes of diversity, sexuality, and modernity being discussed in a delicate and visually powerful way.

Giulia’s illustrations speak volumes about the feelings and thoughts that arise from reflecting complex themes like relationships, feminism, daily life, censorship, and other issues that permeate our current world.

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