Natalia Stolarska is a freelance illustrator and the creative mind behind Florem Ipsum.

Her style has been described as whimsical, immersive, and full of hidden meanings. She mostly works with traditional media — usually ink or pencil on paper. She finds inspiration in stories, bits of trivia, and little details of everyday life.

Her illustrations have appeared in publications both traditional and digital, including short story anthologies by independent creators and an educational booklet published by a local museum. In the past decade, she has also worked as a corporate graphic artist, created posters and leaflets for university events, designed a couple of logos and a book cover (Kontu-kontari, ed. TIPI Wielichowo 2011).

She lives in Poznan, Poland, with her books and her potted plants.


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