Yulia Brodskaya is Russian and currently lives in England where she finished her education in art at the University of Hertfordshire and received
the degree of Master of Art in Graphics Communication.
Her art impresses with colorful, delicate and beautiful forms and the most interesting is the way that it is created: Quiling Technique - where
strips of paper are used to create different designs.
Using simple paper and glue carefully cut, folded, curled the artist creates lush and vibrant 3D works of art that, depending on the angle, shows
the different nuances and details.
Regarding the duration to perform this work, Yulia says it takes time to do, but it is very pleasurable.
Yulia's passion for paper and "papergraphics" to become an award winning, internationally known artist.
“Typography is my second love, after paper and I’m really happy that I’ve found a way of combining the two. Having said that, I don’t want to
exclude non-typobased designs, I’d like to work on different projects.” (In Computer Arts)
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Born in 1983, She is a highly regarded paper artist and illustrator. She uses two simple materials-paper and glue, and a simple technique that
involves the placement of carefully cut and bent strips of paper -to make lush, vibrant, three-dimensional paper artworks.
Yulia Brodskaya started working as a graphic designer and illustrator in 2006, however quickly abandoned the computer programs in favour of
paper art: "Paper always held a special fascination for me. I've tried many deferent methods and techniques of working with it, until I found the
way that has turned out to be 'the one' for me: now I draw with paper instead of on it".
Soon after discovering her passion and unique style, Brodskaya has swiftly earned an international reputation for her innovative paper
illustrations and was named the 'breakthrough star' of the 2009 by Creative review magazine. Her modern take on the paper craft practice has
helped her build an impressive list of clients in just a few short years, from Hermés to Starbucks to Godiva, Target, Sephora, The New York
Times Magazine and many others (more than 100 projects over the 5 years).
She is frequently invited to speak at design conferences and design schools around the world: the talks include renowned Friends of St Bride
Library Conference, Guardian's The art of Illustration masterclass.
The original artworks are owned by Oprah Winfrey, Ferrero, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Country Music Association and numerous