Elahe Raofi
I love creating illustrations and physical artwork. During my education, I broadened my horizons and tried out many mediums. I am passionate about producing work that examines the relationship between installation art and illustration. I also enjoy making three-dimensional artwork to depart from the conventional illustration style. As my visual answer to the prompt "Women, Life, Freedom," I previously created a chair that symbolized resistance and solidity and a tapestry that signified feminism. Moreover, collage is a medium that particularly interests me, and I utilize it to add richness and dramatic textures to my illustrations. I'm keen on using my skills for creating fictional narratives that carry important messages and responses to actual events in today's world.
MA Illustration