Chubby, Fantastic Creatures in the Garden of Good and Evil

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These illustrations are a selection from Aitch’s The Garden of Good and Evil exhibition. She created scenes of galloping, slithering, and singing creatures with a rainbow spectrum of colors. All of the garden’s inhabitants dance in and out of each other’s shapes. It is a wonderful event.

On the origins of her unique stylized treatment of her subjects, she explains, “I started drawing weird chubby fantastic creatures during my studies at the University of Art and Design in Timisoara, Romania, as a sort of subversive reaction to the academical ways of treating human anatomy.” With this distinct illustrative style, she captured an epic Eden with the beauty, movement, and fantasy of an an uninhibited imagination gone wild.

The Garden of Good and Evil stood out to me the most, but Aitch has so many other works you should check out. Two of my favorite series are The Blue Period and The Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Project.

Aitch is represented by Illozoo illustration agency.

>> See more of Aitch’s work at


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