German visual artist  Sarah Illenberger  chooses familiar motifs and objects, and recreates them using fruits and vegetables and everything that seems to be practical in her eyes. The result is a visually couleurful display of images that’s creative and fun to look at. Transforming a watermelon into a cloud raining seeds and others examples you can see are her simplistic approach that truly says that less is more.

Sarah Illenberger’s visual language is extremely effective at translating content, data, and ideas into vivid, often humorous images. Whether big or small, abstract or complex, the subjects and problems of our times are pointedly depicted by this renowned illustrator and designer in concise visual forms.”


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  1. This is so creative! I love the ideas behind the art. 🙂 I wish I was that creative.

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