Ana Lopez

Lopez is a graphic designer and illustrator from Colombia. Her style is playful yet mature, in both style and subject matter. Although many of her works could be viewed as children’s illustrations from a distance, a closer look shows the subtle juxtaposition of soft and hard that give an unexpected—adult—humor to her works.

Ana’s illustrations were featured in a book called The Garden of Eye Candy from Gingko Press, a book that “introduces us to immaculate illustrations that enshroud the viewer’s perception and give flight to the imagination with each adventure and every character presented.” The book is available for purchase through the Gingko Press website.

To see more of her work visit her website:








3 Responses to “Ana Lopez”

  1. 1 Jorge 09.18.2009 at 1:25 am

    i think you mean colombia… with an “o”.

    and yeah… she kicks ass! unsayable talent.!


  2. 2 Veronica 09.18.2009 at 7:42 am

    Yes! Her work is amazing and beautiful. We’re waiting for her illustration book! (I’d love to have one).
    Thanks for highliting such a talented work of a Colombian!

  3. 3 {fill in the blank} Gallery 09.18.2009 at 9:00 am

    Oops! Sorry for our mistake on the spelling of Colombia, we see it spelled Columbia so much around Chicago because of the design school by that name 🙂 It has been fixed!

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