Born 1982 and based in Berlin
German illustrator Elisabeth Moch’s intuitive brushstrokes capture moments in time. Her work is filled with a warmth and humour, whether she is painting landscapes in colourful Rorschach-esque watercolours or skillfully bringing portraits to life. Taking inspiration from travelling, she is equally comfortable sketching in a crowded New York City cafe, under eucalyptus trees in Sri Lanka or listening to Wagner at home in her studio in Berlin. Her delicate, expressive approach has seen her work for clients including the New York Times, Wallpaper*, Apartamento and Zeit Magazine, among others.