In a small town, there lives a lady astronomer. Every evening she looks at the moon through her telescope. She knows it like the back of her own hand. Even in her sleep, she can name all the mountains, the craters and the oceans of the silvery globe.
Lithuanian illustrator Egle Zvirblyte sums up her own work as “bright, sweet and a juicy world of offbeats”. She certainly has an accurate understanding of her practice, which is bursting with shapely figures with animalistic characteristics.