Illustrator of the Week: Kirsten Ulve

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Kirsten Ulve’s illustrations blend crisp graphic design with a distinctive fashion feel. Her work has graced the covers of magazines, books and newspapers as well as international ad campaigns, the sides of buses, marquees on Broadway, children’s clothing, animated TV commercials, and watches.

Work by Illustrator Kirsten Ulve:

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See more work by Ulve here.

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