Isabel is a designer and illustrator working in Toronto and alumni of The Office Of Gilbert Li. Her work leans towards a minimal aesthetic, particularly in her book design projects. They are beautiful. She brings a sense of serenity to the page spreads. Take for example “The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning“, you get a real sense of the peace and isolation of the environment.
In her illustration pieces she uses flat geometric shapes to describe objects. A lot of her work also employs the use of a heavy stroke effect, which lends the work a Japanese vibe (Kawaii style). Occasionally she’ll treat us to an animated version of her illustrations which is a real treat.
As always visit her website to see more, you won’t be disappointed.