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Sara Andreasson is a Swedish illustrator who now lives in London. Although she has collaborated with The Guardian, The New York Times, NYLON, Lenny Letter and a collaboration with Monki, little is known about her to the general public. At the same time, her story is a vivid example of how important it is to follow your dreams. Sarah studied product design and engineering for several years, but then dropped out to devote herself entirely to illustration. In addition, she is now also involved in BBY womens and queer zines.
Among the works of Sarah Andreasson, there are both funny and more serious: she often touches on the themes of feminism, equality, criticizes outdated norms and ideals of beauty. This is evident in the way she works on illustrations: "Men and women are usually portrayed very stereotypically, so I try to focus on photographs of men when I draw women - and vice versa." The easiest way to follow Sarah is through her instagram: here she uploads her work, talks about current projects and sometimes posts her own photos and links to interviews.