Bold, brash, and most often than not, pink, Kasia’s digital illustrations have a fashionable air to them. Describing her creative style as “obsessive perfectionism,” her work mostly consists of portraits, with her characters looking cool and collected.
But her work isn’t just meant to be aesthetically pleasing. According to Kasia, her illustrations articulate the very feelings she felt while making them, be it happiness, euphoria, heartache, or grief. “I try not to tiptoe around the subject,” she told Jung Katz, “instead, I want to examine and explore these sensations with a scalpel.”
“Art is a powerful tool it has that unique ability to engage individuals in a very deep and personal way,” she notes. “It’s like the door to other people’s minds and hearts. When people open them to you, you receive a rare chance to show them the world, through your own eyes.”
With Kasia’s work, the door seems to be wide open. Since graduating from the University of Marie Curie Sklodowska in Lublin Poland with a Master’s Degree in Arts, her work has been showcased at Berlin’s Biennale of Illustration and Graphic Art, blue-chip gallery Walton Fine Arts in London, and other notable exhibitions.
But you can also follow her creations online via Instagram: