CGI & Animation

Eiko Ojala is a renowned illustrator and graphic designer, based in Estonia. He works mostly digitally and draws everything by hand.

Within his work process Eiko likes to study the forms of shapes and to work closely with light and shadow. He likes to keep his illustrations minimal and well-advised and combines consummate craftsmanship with a healthy sprinkling of wit.


Art Directors Club illustration merit winner for
“Olympic Catastrophe” 2017 (US)
New Zealand Best Design Awards bronze for
“Wellington Summer City” 2016 (NZ)
American Illustration 35 Winner “Gun Violence” 2016 (US)
Creative Pool Annual with “Gun Violence” 2016 (US)
ADC Estonia gold “Tallinn Bicycle Week” 2015 (EE)
Communication Arts “55th Annual\” 2014” (US)
Art Directors Club “Young Gun 2013” (US)
Illustrative “Young iIllustrators Award 2013” (DE)
“YCN professional Award” 2013 (UK)
ADC Estonia silver in illustration “Rotary Club” 2012 (EE)


Art Direcors Club (US)
Air France (FR)
Affina Hotel Mannhattan (US)
Die Zeit (DE)
Finnair (FI)
Guardian (UK)
Harvard Business Review (US)
Herman&Miller (US)
Intel (US)
Le Monde (FR)
L’Officiel Hommes (IT)
Monocle (UK)
New York Times (US)
New York Times Magazine (US)
New Yorker (US)
National Geographic Traveler (US)
Taschen (US)
Transport of London (UK)
Scholastic (US)
Scientific American (US)
Sunday Times (UK)
V&A Museum (UK)
Washington Post (US)
Wired (UK)
Wellington City Council (NZ)

Featured Books
“Direcory of Illustration 33” 2016 (US)
“Contemporary Art of Excellence Vol2.” GAA 2016 (UK)
“Creative Pool Annual” 2016
“Illustration Now 5!” cover. Taschen. 2014 (US)
“Papercut Cut” Owen Gildersleeve. 2014 (UK)
“Golden Meaning” 2014 (UK)
“Paradise of Paper Art” Designerbooks. 2013 (CN)
“It’s Nice That Annual”. 2013 (UK)
“YCN Members”. 2013 (UK)
“Professional Award winners magazine”. 2013 (UK)
“Communication Arts Illustration Annual 55″  2014 (US)
“Cercle”. 2013 (FR)

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