Illustrator Embeds Geometric Shapes in Her Drawings for The Sake of Fun

Elena Greta Apostol (26) is a Romanian illustrator, designer and art director with a simple passion for cheeky girls. The only difference is that, unlike the rest of us, she draws them. And not in a erotic manner, but in a cute one, gracefully combining features of traditional native appearances and bohemian French attitude. Her artworks aren’t just about that though, and a quick look on her website is enough to see that her portfolio is way more vast.

(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol

One of Elena’s new drawing trends is blending geometric shapes in her daily illustrations. Why is she doing that? Nobody knows. Maybe to show the visual beauty of mathematics and its physical appliance irl, maybe to start a new trend. Or maybe, it’s just some sort of boredom-killer game, an experimental design which unintentionally happened to turn into something good. The important thing is I like it; which is why I listed some of them below:

(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol
(c) Elena Greta Apostol

Check out Elena Greta’s portfolio. For daily updates follow her Facebook page.

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Romanian self-taught writer, interested in contemporary art, unconventional culture and gonzo journalism. He's been writing for almost a decade while doing shitty jobs for a living. He's agnostic, supports a censorship-free world, he reads way less than he wants and he enjoys feminist porn.

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