[
    {
        "id": 5,
        "value": "Illustrator"
    }
]

Alva Skog (Futures)

Future Identities 1

Personal work 

Future Identities 2

Personal work.

Future Identities 3

Personal work

Work Hard

Personal illustration.

Advice For My Younger Sister 1

Advice For My Younger Sister 2

Yellow Pencil winning entry for D&AD New Blood

Anne Lund

Portrait of activist Anne Lund for It’s Nice That’s magazine.

Sense Helsinki 1

One of three illustrations that communicate the sense of Helsinki, Finland.

Sense Helsinki 2

One of three illustrations that communicate the sense of Helsinki, Finland.

Sense Helsinki 3

One of three illustrations that communicate the sense of Helsinki, Finland.

International Women's Day

Winning entry in It’s Nice That monthly Brief for IWD

Earth Series

Personal illustration

Aretha Franklin

Portrait of Aretha Franklin for So Young magazine illustration competition.

Valentine's Day

Personal Illustration 

The Thinker

One of my three illustration pieces for V&A Illustration Awards.

The Explorer

One of three illustration pieces for V&A Illustration Awards

Untitled 2

Personal illustration

AS IT IS 1

AS IT IS 2

AS IT IS 4

Expo Incels 1

Elise By Olsen

Portrait of Elise by Olsen for Barcelona based Folch Studio’s Folch Insight.

Untitled 4

Sunny Walk

Personal illustration

CSM Public

Editorial illustration for CSM Public.

Untitled 1

Personal illustration 

Artist biography

Alva Skog is an illustrator and graphic designer from Stockholm, Sweden whose work aims to communicate, express and question ideas and ideals such as gender inequality and hidden racism.
 
Although only just having completed her final year at Central Saint Martins, Alva has already made an impact in the industry. In 2017 she won a Yellow Pencil in the D&AD New Blood awards and exhibited twice at Cluster Arts Illustration edition II and III in Shoreditch. In 2018 she was highly commended in the V&A Illustration Awards and shortlisted in the Penguin Student Design Awards.

Needless to say, Alva’s work is making waves for all the right reasons.