Finland illustrator Milena Huhta crafts unsettling drawings that pull from fashion, ’90s pop, and other global influences. The artist’s projects include her own personal work, album artwork, editorial illustrations, and other projects. Huhta describes herself as a “Finnish-Polish artist with macabre inclinations.”
In her words, the artist says that “mixing together elements of 90’s shōjo manga, sci-fi scenarios, contemporary fashion and Asian folklore, I create worlds filled with conflicted and melancholy characters.” The artist’s palettes, in particular, appear to take inspiration from that first element, in both playful and striking hues.
See more of her work below.