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Elisaweta Sliwinska in a wijld interview ...

Elisaweta Sliwinska in a wijld interview ...

“Ever since I was little, crayons and paper were my salvation”, recalls Elisaweta Sliwinska, an illustrator born in beautiful Saint Petersburg. As a child, she had to accompany her mother in ballet lessons, sit quietly in class and somehow engage herself. When she was 15 years old, her family moved to Germany and she continued to unleash her love of art and design. wijld is very pleased to present to you Elisaweta Sliwinska and her artworks!

wijld:
How does a normal start to your day look like?
Elisaweta Sliwinska:
After the alarm rings, while everyone is still asleep, I start my day with 20 minutes of yoga or gymnastics and some time just for myself. Then my family wakes up and it gets loud and wild here.

 

wijld:
Creative chaos or perfect order?
Elisaweta Sliwinska:
Creative chaos with occasionally some order in it.

 

wijld:
What kind of pictures are hanging in your apartment?
Elisaweta Sliwinska:
A framed fish from Porto, a robot of my former fellow student,"Arredamento Bemberg" by René Gruau, Werner Jeker for the Walpurgis Boutique and Sophia Maria "Fiep" Westendorp.

 

wijld:
When are you most creative?
Elisaweta Sliwinska:
If there is a lot on my daily schedule. This means that there is no time for rethinking a thousand times, getting inspiration, drinking long coffee and so on. The brain is on the move, strategically and undoubtedly has to produce results. Or when I'm going through my collection of children's books.

 

wijld:
What would you choose: summer or winter?
Elisaweta Sliwinska:
Summer! Even though I come from a rather windy city, I love the sun, the sea and long warm summer nights.

 

 

You wanna know more about Elisaweta Sliwinska? Then visit the following sites:
www.sliwinska.de
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