Barbara Dziadosz is a freelancing illustrator from Germany. She was born in a little town in northern Poland, where she spend most of her summers.
She studied illustration at the HAW Hamburg and specialised in editorial & commercial illustration illustrated recipes & kid’s related products.
She is heavily inspired by vintage illustration and screen printing. By using a limited colour palette, bold shapes and charismatic characters, she creates expressive works.
Together with her husband she runs a stationery company named Jung wie alt. Jung wie alt is a tongue-in-cheek reference to our family name, and also refers to the fun and quirky style in which I illustrate children's related images, as well as images geared more towards adults. Our company creates high quality Fine Art Prints and other various illustrated goods made with passion.
Google // The Telegraph // Monocle // Refinery29 // Urban Outfitters // BZgA (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung) // Neues Handeln // Les Echos // Züricher Sonntagszeitung // Deutsche Bahn // Gruner und Jahr // Handelsblatt // Jung von Matt // Jones Knowles Ritchie// Hornet // Princeton Architectural Press // Soho House // The Land of Nod // Bravery Mag // Anorak // Red Cap Cards // Penguin Random House // Fubiz // Brummell // Red magazine // eurowoman // Flow // Slow Emotion // Lunch Lady // frankie Kinderhilfswerk Dritte Welt // MS Dockville // Budni // tekman