In appreciation of her illustrations it is a great pleasure for us to present Tilda Lynander and her work.
Tilda’s images take inspiration from medieval art, and comment both on mental health issues and society’s distorted perspective on the human body, which she represents in her own unique way. The visual influence of the middle ages can be seen in her use of two-dimensional subjects, her attention to details and sometimes in the association between texts and images. It is also connected to her ability to combine figures, animals and familiar or invented, dreamlike elements. Tilda consistently uses black on a white background plus varied lines and stippled areas in her images. In this aspect, Scandinavian aspects such as minimalism, and focus on pure line and the loose details can be seen in her work.
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