Victoria Levin portfolio

Tarana Burke - creator of Me too Victoria LevinTarana Burke - creator of Me too Editorial illustration of the creator of the Me too movement, later #metoo 2017. Portrait of Tarana Burkes firts thoughts about Me too. 
the Tea of LoveVictoria Levinthe Tea of LoveTwo friends meet up on the Sea of Love! Happy sailing! Conceptual illustration 2020
Concept for museumsVictoria LevinConcept for museumsDesigned concept for museums, children in focus. The work of gathering objects to the museum collecions. Client: Bohusläns museum 2018
Big weekend breakfastVictoria LevinBig weekend breakfastCommercial illustration for a local and ecological milk producer. Center fold for recipy broshures 2020
The gift and the letterVictoria LevinThe gift and the letterSomeone has left a gift at a hotel. A letter is written, lying on the floor. Who is it written for? 
HerringsVictoria LevinHerringsPoster about branding for herring business. Client: Bohusläns museum 2018
Little friendsVictoria LevinLittle friendsTwo friends meet up outside in the snow! Holidays 2020
Semla - a seasonal pastryVictoria LevinSemla - a seasonal pastryA coffee breake during the cold winter with some iceing sugar on top. Personal work 2021
Victoria Levin
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Victoria Levin

Hi, my name is Victoria! During 2018-2020 I worked as an in-house illustrator for a county museum and have just completed Bergh's illustration course 2020.

With a background and education in the teaching profession and art (HDK-Valand Academy of Art and Design, Gothenburg) I now illustrate on assignment. Character, story and food are my main areas and preferably with a focus on children and teenagers. Also animation / GIF! I use strong colors and soft shapes in my illustrations, but I like to vary according to the text content and the concept. Humor is often present in my work, sometimes tragicomic with a certain darkness at the edge.

I like to get acquainted with facts in history, science, literature and civics. I visualize situations in front of me when I read something exciting!

The interpersonal and everyday life that runs through history and our present time, is what makes me curious and triggers my imagination. In pedagogy, it's developmental psychology that interests me the most and with a focus on play, creative expression and inspiration. Is this important when I illustrate? The short answer is that it colors my approach and perspective on life!

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