Creative, fun, empowering artwork to represent NGO vision/mission
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Another beautiful collaboration with liberatED, one of my favorite NGO clients.

They were looking for a creative, fun, empowering piece of artwork to use as their Facebook cover picture representing their vision/mission of educating for freedom and working towards empowered and liberatED individuals.

The creative concept I came up with was centered around a world globe surrounded by multicultural characters with wings grown from books – giving individuals the freedom to explore new horizons of understanding. I also added some of the human rights universal symbols such as peace, love, protecting the environment, the right to education, equal treatment, freedom of faith, etc.

I just love these type of projects, meant to uplift and empower at a larger scale and I hope to collaborate more with organisations in the future to infuse playfulness, energy and uplifting vibes to touch their audience’s soul.

Bianca Nita
Children's Illustrator
London, United Kingdom
Tel: 07917995865

I'm a playful children's illustrator with lots of creativity, passionate about making delightful characters and lively pictures with fun little details that keep kids engaged and e… Show more.

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Little Zen Rebels, Little Village Center, Meditation Fairy, juniorauthorsprogram, PILLOWFIGHT!! PRODUCTIONS, Sharing Kindness,LiberatED, APH Books
"Bianca is a wonderful, imaginative illustrator and a pleasure to work with. She has a great attention to detail, and puts a lot of thought into her work. Our project had unexpected challenges and she always rose to it with grace, and helped us along the way with her own ideas and input. She created lovable characters for our yoga game, we have already received such amazing feedback from children. She was patient with us, and work in a timely manner. We would definitely work with Bianca again."
— Neha Swaminathan, Little Zen Rebels