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Iota Illustration is the brainchild of Oliver Lake, professional illustrator who loves to create designs aimed at the younger and not so young. Oliver makes his illustrations bright and poetic, giving a sense of joy to the beholder. Iota illustration is a trademark of Oliver Lake, a professional illustrator of children's books. His illustrations, which are mostly aimed for children but also loved by adults, come to life from his books to become real works of art that can be used as furnishings for the home. The designs of Oliver Lake are perfectly recognizable, for their look, which almost look like a dream, where animals of various kinds seem to fly and play with the viewer. Then, there are the small pieces of real art, for use at the home, in a main room or even in the nursery. The designs of Oliver Lake are very modern, but their spirit transcends architectural styles of art and makes them perfectly suited to furnish even a house with a classical style.
Oliver Lake was born in Britain and for years he has been working as an illustrator, especially during the time when he worked on his designs for the production of many books for children. For years, his illustrations were published as individual prints, to be used for the decoration of the house. His works are very popular and visible in many different sites, since he collaborated with many production brands of home design.The products Iota illustration Iota offers some small decorative wall paintings of various sizes, usually with very bright and colorful shades. When using these illustrations, it is not necessary to place more works of Oliver Lake nearby, because they have a strong enough personality that they can be positioned as individual works. Prints are produced on rough, quite heavy paper, with a wide white border, ready to frame with the style you prefer, so you put them in the best space you have available.
Most designs of Oliver Lake are meant for children, which is why it consists generally of subjects drawn from the natural world, such as animals or plants. In particular, most of the animals depicted in these prints are ironic and fun, with a predominance of the animals particularly funny or loved by children. Just thinking right now of a catalogue of small prints depicting gorillas, whales, small owls or birds with bizarre shapes.
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