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April 23, 2013
Graphic design that looks like paper cut-outs? Check. Estonia-based illustrator and graphic designer Eiko Ojala is tricking our noggins one by one. A 'Young Illustrators Award' nominee, Ojala's clientele ranges from The New York Times to the Victora and Albert Museum and has been featured on It's Nice That, iGnant, and Etapes. Click through to see a few of our favorite "cut-outs."

Forest—A turquoise and tangerine hued personal illustration for the designer's solo exhibition “Teine lõige” at Von Krahl, Tallinn.

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Another for "Teine lõige” at Von Krahl, Tallinn.

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Illustration for the event 'Rotary Klubi,'  with design by Alari Orav.

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Professors—For “Teine lõige” at Von Krahl, Tallinn.

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Hunger for Love—Illustration for Estonian weekly newspaper, Eesti Ekspress, about eating behaviors. 

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"Dear lady, can you hear the wind blow? And did you know, your stairway lies on the whispering wind?"

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Risk—For exhibition, “Isikupära/Individuality 2010.

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Part of the portrait series of famous Estonian people for magazine, Anne & Stiil.

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A green sweater wearing, blue-headed fellow.

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Programme cover for Victoria & Albert Museum's Friday Late event. Illustration depicts how furniture was first "accidently invented."

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eiko ojala forest blue

Forest—A turquoise and tangerine hued personal illustration for the designer's solo exhibition “Teine lõige” at Von Krahl, Tallinn.

For more cool graphic design, check out Aaron Eiland, Julian Montague, and Olimpia Zagnoli!

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