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Not everyone is comfortable with words, some people are able to fully express themselves with music, others with images. For this reason, we have decided to start this new format: we give 5 inputs to some of the illustrators we like most and ask them to respond through drawings. Not something complex and elaborate, just sketches on paper, like when as children we give shape to our imagination.
Enlê is the creative alter ego of Brazilian illustrator and Architecture Gradute, Clarice Wenzel. She acknowledged her illustrator journey during the global pandemic, when she started sharing her artwork on social media. Enlê found her way to the imaginary with words and digital illustrations which embrace black women, bright colors, textures and geometric shapes. Her entire work is inspired by the desire to tell new stories which can be experienced by anyone anywhere in the world.
When you were a child, what did you dream you’d become?
What did you eat last night?
Your favorite activity
Your idea of serenity