Sketchbook work of Ieva Trinkunaite

Ieva Trinkunaite a Lithuanian-based artist shared her creative sketchbook filled with colours and shapes.

The sketchbook is filled with inspiring colour pallets, shapes and collage manifesting a great set of looks and aesthetics for possible projects. This is a great example of an alternate way of filling up a sketchbook & recording visual details and concepts.

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