Illustrator of the Week: Karen Greenberg

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Each week, Print will feature the work of an exceptional illustrator whose talent is making waves throughout the design world. This sponsored content is brought to you courtesy of, The Illustration Site, one of Print’s trusted partners.

Karen Greenberg is a NYC based illustrator and designer. Her career has taken her from the gallery world, to the beauty business, to founding partner in her own design firm. Karen’s work maintains a balance between digital and organic, modern and retro in her use of painted textures, line work and strong graphic style. See her work at

Work by Illustrator Karen Greenberg:

F is for Flamingo
Z is for Zebra

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See more work by Greenberg here.

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