ILLUSTRATOR CRUSH: Ati Forberg

How wonderful her work is!

Am so inspired by the spontaneity of the lines {and so many tiny lines!}, by the looseness and spareness of color so thoughtfully designed and applied. Love the conceptual, dreamlike compositions/ambiguous backgrounds. I see the influence of Alice and Martin Provensen and even Käthe Kollwitz and Susan Rothenberg. 

From Bookillustrations.quora.com: "Ati Forberg was born in 1925, in Germany. She is the daughter of Walter Gropius, who is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of modern architecture."