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Egle Zvirblyte’s Vibrant, Humorous Illustrations

The vibrant work of Egle Zvirblyte carries both humor and energy, whether following a narrative or more direct, lighthearted messages. The Lithuanian artist, currently based in London, moves between personal and illustration work. The work finds kinship in artists like Parra and fellow European artists blending Lowbrow and European artists following the flattened, direct illustrations of Rene Magritte.

The vibrant work of Egle Zvirblyte carries both humor and energy, whether following a narrative or more direct, lighthearted messages. The Lithuanian artist, currently based in London, moves between personal and illustration work. The work finds kinship in artists like Parra and fellow European artists blending Lowbrow and European artists following the flattened, direct illustrations of Rene Magritte.

“Welcome to my bright world of bright eyed characters, where every day is a street party and you’re invited!” the artist says. “Grab a soda, dance with a banana, hear some life advice from a power babe and get punched by a tiger. Are you ready yet?”

The artist’s work has been exhibited across the world. Among Zvirblyte’s commercial clients are Dazed Magazine, OK Cupid, Lane Crawford, Refinery 29, ZEIT, and others. See more work from the artist below.

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