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We All Come in Different Shapes and Sizes

We All Come in Different Shapes and Sizes

Maria Adil (@mariadil.a05) is a Pakistan-native, Islamabad-based artist and graphic designer, with an affinity for collage art and for portraying everyday objects in a more surreal, more fascinating form. She uses Photoshop and Illustrator for her graphic art, and is also skilled in freehand sketching.
“I usually make my artwork around things that intrigue me most. Such as shapes and patterns, lights and darks, color palettes, surrealism, nature, people and their habits - it varies. No matter what the composition is, I try to illustrate it in a better light.”
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“I project my emotions onto my work. Completing one piece of art then inspires me to create another one.”
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“I focus on exhibiting thought - provoking compositions for my viewers - the kind that would make them interpret life from an exotic perspective – different to their own. Personally, my work helps me overlook the adversities in my life and also makes me appreciate the better things.”
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cover photo in collaboration with @_digink_

 

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