Nanna Prieler is an illustrator based in Vienna. She is experimenting with colors to process ideas and translate them into her own visual language, which she would describes as a play between round and square, fine and rough, figurative and abstract, obvious and absurd.
Her range of work covers prints and illustrations for various applications including magazines, books, packagings and clothes as well as personal projects.
Clients include Rimowa, Afar Magazine, Studio Anorak, Lampoon, Der Standard, Die Welt, Vienna Airport, The Door, Studioh, Bureau F, Boxhorn Magazine, Augustin, Shobak, Palmenhaus, Guerilla Bakery, Mochi, Megaphon, Merkur, Anderson Newton Design, Rauch, Les Others
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