Poland-born freelance illustrator Barbara Dziadosz lives and works in Germany today. Her work is mostly inspired by vintage illustration and screen printing. “I admire Russian avant-garde illustrators like Boris Ermelenko, the bold works of Fernand Nathan, Olle Eksell, Leonard Weisgard, Alice and Martin Provensen; Miroslav Sasek, Art Seiden, Arnold Edwin Bare and many many more. I also love old advertisements like the one from bally or old food illustrations,” she said in an interview.
Barbara and her husband run a stationery company named Jung wie alt. They high quality fine art prints and other illustrated goods.
You can check Barbara’s many projects on her website and Instagram page, and shop for prints on Etsy.