Malin Rosenqvist is a Swedish illustrator known for her colourful and unique artworks that are all drawn by hand. Using lines and dots, Malin builds up an almost 3D image which is given texture through her rigorous approach. Using just a black pen, Malin then collages and colours the images in post. She studied at the Hochschule für Design & Kunst in Lucerne and the Royal College of Art, Design & Craft in Stockholm.
Malin recently created artworks for ‘Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls’, volumes 1 and 2.
REcent clients include American Express, The V & A, Coop, Weleda, PostNord, Jamie Magazine, Boston Globe and Double Day Books.
Malin Rosenqvist, whose work is influenced by nature, was inspired by the springtime aura all around and created a cheerful and colourful personal project on it using her signature technique.
Malin Rosenqvist was commissioned by Water Lane to create three illustrations which are being used as part of the walled garden’s rebrand.
Located on the Kent / Sussex border, Water Lane is an idyllic garden with Victorian glasshouses, a vinery and a restaurant using local produce.
Malin Rosenqvist has been adding to her portfolio of personal work creating a series of images on the theme of Spring.
Drawing inspiration from her Swedish roots and love of nature, Malin’s beautiful hand-drawn pieces create a natural and earthy sensibility.
Malin Rosenqvist was recently commissioned to create a series of illustrations for the Astrid Lindgren’s Children’s Hospital, part of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
A world leader in medical research and teaching, Malin was briefed to create a series of images for children to both comfort them but also help teach them the realities of medicine and life.
Malin Rosenqvist was recently commissioned to create a series of Christmas card designs for Vista Print.
Global print specialist, Vista Print commissioned Malin to create a series of images which can be purchased on their online store.
Malin Rosenqvist has been busy over the last few months working on a big project in Sweden which we can’t wait to share.
In-between she has been creating work for a swathe of clients including The Canal & River Trust and adding to her folio of personal work. Here are some of our favourites…
Malin Rosenqvist was one of the illustrators selected to work on the newly released book Svenska hjältinnor (Swedish Heroines).
Featuring a range of amazing Swedish women from athletes to artists, social reformers to scientists, Malin created 5 illustrations for the book.
Malin Rosenqvist was recently commissioned by creative agency Anyways to create a series of stickers for Google.
Based on the concept of ‘Nordic Love’ (think hygge, cinnamon buns and warm fires), Malin created a series of memorable designs in her trademark style.