Fabia Matveev

Fabia Matveev studied graphic design at the HfG Offenbach with professors Eike König and Klaus Hesse. During her studies she was already looking for a way to combine her artistic work with applied design projects – and discovered her special strength in digital illustration.

Fabia prefers clean lines, reduced shapes and a contrasting colour palette, which she translates into striking vector graphics. She lives and works in Frankfurt/Main.

Before starting on a drawing, she creates the appropriate emotional atmosphere with a collection of mood images. After an extensive research of the topic she combines rough idea sketches into a first draft – nowadays this often happens with an Apple Pencil on her iPad Pro. Then comes Fabia’s favourite part: Refining shapes and colours until she is completely satisfied. Sometimes she also animates her works into little stories.

Fabia Matveev always aims to fulfill the client’s task in an interesting way, both visually and in terms of content.

For Kolle Rebbe agency she created over twenty images for the TUI employer branding campaign. Her illustrations have been shown in over 14 countries and receive international recognition. She also designed the dog guidebook „So geht Hund!“ for G+U publishers with 125 illustrations that depict the manifold situations that dogs can find themselves in. And for the Senckenberg Natural History Museum Fabia created an interactive museum guide for kids. – „It was great to see how the kids are able to discover the world of animals through my illustrations, and how much fun they have solving the tasks!“

Fabia Matveev has two big dreams for the future: „I would love to illustrate a children’s book – and to write one myself one day!“

Fabia Matveev studied graphic design at the HfG Offenbach with professors Eike König and Klaus Hesse. During her studies she was already looking for a way to combine her artistic work with applied design projects – and discovered her special strength in digital illustration.

Fabia prefers clean lines, reduced shapes...

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