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, illustrated recipes and kid`s related illustrations.
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, Refinery29, Urban Outfitters, BZgA (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung), Neues Handeln, Jones Knowles Ritchie, Jung von Matt, 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, Züricher Sonntagszeitung, Deutsche Bahn, Gruner und Jahr, Handelsblatt, Kinderhilfswerk Dritte Welt, MS Dockville, Budni