Mobius Gallery, in partnership with Visual Playground is pleased to announce the solo show of Karolis Strautniekas.
The exhibition is on view at #2 Mendeleev Street, from April 2nd to April 13rd, 2019. An opening reception will be held from 7 pm to 10 pm, Tuesday, April 2nd. Admission is free.
Silhouettes, textures and subtle gradients. Karolis Strautniekas' illustrations are born in a nostalgic world and we can't help but feel a strong desire to discover more of his visual stories. And we invite you to do just that during the opening of Visual Playground 2019.
"Karolis Strautniekas solo show" is Karolis' first solo exhibition and it comprises his best editorial and personal work from 2013 until now. In his approach, Karolis always tries to transform each commissioned work into a personal story. This can be seen in all of his compositions and carefully placed colors and textures. Come join us at the opening of the exhibition to see his digital works as they come to life in print.
KAROLIS STRAUTNIEKAS is a freelance illustrator best known for his eerie, nostalgic yet acutely contemporary illustrations. Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, he achieved international recognition working with clients such as Adobe, Facebook, The New Yorker and many others.
He studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Vilnius and then he began working in creative industries such as advertisement, animation and graphic design. Since 2013, he works as a freelance illustrator and amazes people with his charming illustrations.
About Visual Playground 2019
Visual Playground 2019 is a 12-day illustration and graphic design festival held in Bucharest, now at its 6th edition. The festival includes 8 days of workshops, a 2-day conference, a mural painting and two exhibitions.
"Karolis Strautniekas Solo Show" will be the grand opening of Visual Playground 2019.
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