Dinara Mirtalipova's folkloric illustrations draw inspiration from her upbringing in Uzbekistan. She uses a wide range of materials tools, like carving lino blocks, gouache, acrylics and many others.
Dinara Mirtalipova is a self taught illustrator/designer. Born and raised in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, she eventually landed in snowy Ohio. Dinara studied Computer Science at the Tashkent State University of Economics, however her true passion was always patterns and illustration. Raised in Soviet Uzbek culture, Dinara inhabited Uzbek/Russian folklore that still influences her work.
For a long time Dinara has been among illustrators and designers at American Greetings. She left her creative role at AG in February 2014 to pursue her ever growing freelance career and to start a new chapter as a free spirit independent designer.
Currently Dinara works from her home studio in Sagamore Hills, OH. She uses a wide range of materials and tools, like carving lino blocks, gouache, acrylics and many others. She has been working with many great brands, publishing companies and ad agencies and she is continuously looking forward to making new friends.