Elisa Lee

 
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Elisa Lee

Hello, my name is Elisa Lee and I am an Illustrator graduating from Otis College of Art and Design in upcoming May 2020 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Arts, specializing in Illustration. I have developed my professional background through an Illustration internship and freelance editorial illustrator for the past years. I am experienced in making illustrations. I am highly experienced in both traditional and digital paintings, and photoshop. I am an illustrator who is constantly inspired from the fashion field and everyday life where there are so many various textures, patterns, colors, and shapes. I strive to illustrate everyday life inspired paintings or illustrations.

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a mixed media illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of physical disability such as muscular dystrophy. The background flowers are nasturtium and nemophila which means ‘victory.’ This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.

 

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a mixed media illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of physical disability such as leg amputation. The background flowers are nasturtium and nemophila which means ‘victory.’ This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.
 

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a mixed media illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of physical disability such as leg amputation. The background flowers are nasturtium and nemophila which means ‘victory.’ This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.
 

This is a mixed media illustration of the taxonomy of Red Bank Fire. There are watercolor paintings of animals and floras that were either impacted or damaged by the fire.
 

This is a gouache painting illustration of a dream wardrobe from the Silent Novel NYFW.

This is a gouache painting illustration of a woman daydreaming.
 

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a mixed media illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of skin disorder such as albinism, burned skin, and vitiligo. This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.
 

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a gouache painting illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of their weight. This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.
 

This is one of the series of Body Positivity. This is a gouache painting illustration that is about how one can still be beautiful regardless of a genetic disorder such as down syndrome and polycystic ovary syndrome. This piece is inspired by today’s fashion industry where the designer brands and advertisements are accepting more diverse models.
 

This is a pattern made out of the butterflies I painted for the Red Bank Fire Taxonomy project.