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“It's kinda strange, sometimes,” says Dimitri Litzinger a Münster-based illustrator, about his dreamy vignettes suspended in timelessness and subtle gradients.
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BIO/ Dimitri Litzinger is a freelance illustrator and artist based in Münster, Germany. He mostly works in the fields of editorial illustration, book illustration, CD covers, graphic novels and uses a combination of analog and digital techniques, such as pencils, acrylic paint, Photoshop or Procreate, to create his colourful, mystical, atmospheric illustrations. He studied at the MSD (Münster School of Design).

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He draws inspiration from the day-to-day life, sometimes a memory or a feeling. The illustration depicting a metamorphosis with a butterfly was custom-made for SWARM Mag.

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Artworks / Dimitri Litzinger

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