Monthly Archives: January 2015
Eiko Ojala started out with the basic of all art forms- drawing. Influenced by his father, who was an architect, and extra leisure time, he evolved over the years by branching out to other forms of the creative process. Eventually coming across paper cutting and used his skills in design to enhance his creative flow by using illustrator and photoshop. Most of his work is based on nature, the contrast between light and shadows, and the unfinished vibe given off from Japanese zen paintings. Ojala has worked with the NY Times, the V&A museum, Harvard Business Review, local newspapers, and some book publishers.