Niky Roehreke fashion illustration

Niky Roehreke is a german/japanese illustrator currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Niky graduated from the Central Saint Martins Graphic Design in London in 2008 and since then she have been drawing, doodling, painting and making collages every single day.

"There are so many new ways to communicate, but I strongly believe that hands remain the most powerful and honest, sometimes magical way to communicate, which is why my work is hand-made and ‘hands’ are often a recurring motif in my work." 

Niky Roehreke facebook, instagram

Niky Roehreke fashion illustration

Niky Roehreke is a german/japanese illustrator currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Niky graduated from the Central Saint Martins Graphic Design in London in 2008 and since then she have been drawing, doodling, painting and making collages every single day.

"There are so many new ways to communicate, but I strongly believe that hands remain the most powerful and honest, sometimes magical way to communicate, which is why my work is hand-made and ‘hands’ are often a recurring motif in my work." 

Niky Roehreke facebook, instagram

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