Mihaela Karadjova is a humble girl with big green eyes. Her hands are like her guitar strings, subtle and tense to express the self, and her imagination is being moved by the three muses - old cinema, music and fashion. Mihaela hides nothing in her impeccable illustration world, enriched of behavioral psychology, indie-styled characters and subcultures.
As an artist she represents the aspirations of the Millennials and Gen Z for self-expression, love and understanding. With her natural curiosity of detail, she sprinkles stories in a maximalist, pattern-filled illustration style.
Best known for her work with Cage the Elephant, Pacific Avenue, Bodie, to the United Nations she is the blond half of the illustration duet Sisters in Draw. One of the most recognisable projects on her path recently is the first postage stamp of Christo Javacheff.
Borislava Karadjova is a caring, silk haired girl who wants to paint the world. Just like a Jane Austin character, she is stubborn in her desire to illustrate places you'll want to live in. Sometimes is somewhere in the future or is an intriguing reality. Wherever you are, every detail is a visual storytelling.
Inspired by nature, literature, classical art, music and cocktail culture her process starts in old-fashioned analog way and ends in well-crafted digital environment. Every soul, object and form are invited. Every conversation that comes out from under her fingers makes sense for the present.
The brunette half of Sisters in Draw studio is well appreciated by clients like Meta, United Nations, Hendricks Gin, and Absolut Vodka. In the past year Borislava brought more happiness to the world with her first book for children – The brave Morki.
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