Eiko Ojala (Ojala Eiko) – a young Estonian graphic designer. In his work uses a unique technology paper silhouettes, which then draws in a graphics editor.
Never uses 3D technology. All the shadows in his works are drawn by hand. Looking at his illustrations, it is impossible to understand, where we have used plain paper, and where graphical editors. Its bright and minimalist works are amazing with a depth of transmission of images and characters.
Eiko Ojala was born in Tallinn in 1982. Before you get going on the illustrations, he studied interior design. In 2013 he became the winner of competition of Young Illustrators (Illustrators Young) and ADC Young Gun contest. His works became the cover of many books, and its customers include major magazines: New York Times, New Yorker, Dwell Magazine, Wired Magazine and Harvard Business Review. Official site of the artist http://ploom.tv/