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Quiet Portraits With a Surrealist Twist by Ojima Abalaka

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Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Oji­ma Abal­a­ka nev­er intend­ed to become an illus­tra­tor. Niger­ian born, she attend­ed school in the UK to study Euro­pean and inter­na­tion­al law. Illus­tra­tion was her hob­by, which began as a “med­i­ta­tion,” but then picked up pace once she got a com­mis­sion with The New York Times.

Since then, Oji­ma has cre­at­ed work for a vari­ety of edi­to­r­i­al clients with pri­mar­i­ly a focus on por­trai­ture. I love her qui­et, mut­ed style that includes some sur­re­al ele­ments; one of my favorites is an illus­tra­tion for WeTrans­fer in which a tiny friend sits on a woman’s shoul­der and waters the plants that are in her hoop earring.

Oji­ma sells her work as prints through INPRNT. Fol­low her on Insta­gram to see what she’s work­ing on next.

Illustrative portraiture is the focus of Ojima Abalaka. Check out her images below—some with a surrealistic twist.

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka

Illustrative Portraits by Ojima Abalaka



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