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Poland

A screenprint in 3 layers.
Layer 1: Gradient yellow to magenta.
Layer 2: Blue.
Layer 3: Black

Having the opportunity to work intensively with screen prints during my time at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow really changed the way I create illustrations.

A screenprint in 3 layers.
Layer 1: Pink
Layer 2: Grey
Layer 3: Blue

These prints were inspired by drawings in my sketchbook.

A screenprint in 3 layers.
Layer 1: Gradient Blue to green
Layer 2: pink
Layer 3: Dark blue
A screenprint in two layers:
Layer 1: Gradient Black to Blue
Layer 2: Yellow and Magenta

All screen prints were created as digital illustrations first before being transferred to the screen and being printed on A3 paper.

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Ælfleda Clackson was born in Germany in 1996 but spent her childhood on a tiny scottish island. She studies illustration at Münster School of Design (Germany) and spent one glorious semester at Jan Matejko Academy in Cracow (Poland) studying print making. Her work is influenced by traditional printmaking techniques and paper collage combined with digital editing. She is inspired by the everyday, which she captures in her sketchbook.

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