Romanian Folklore Minus Dracula - Madalina Andronic

Madalina Andronic is a Romanian illustrator based in Bucharest with an MA in Illustration from Camberwell College of Arts, London. Madalina draws inspiration from traditional Romanian fairy tales and Slavic folklore and, you will like this dear reader, quite obviously her designs have nothing to do with Dracula, the famous Romanian vampire count.

Juchheim Cakes - Christmas collection 2013

Since 2010, Madalina's freelance work include projects for clients all around the world (publishing, editorial, advertising, commissions, porcelain) and 4 published books in Romania and the UK.

In 2012, Madalina co-founded the brand ''The Awesome Project along with designer Claudiu Stefan. 

In 2015, Madalina decided to team up with fellow artist Irina Neacsu in order to collaborate on projects and combine two artist's workspaces under the same roof. Their studios are open to visitors and they welcome people to talk about future plans with them. The team's illustrations, porcelain, fashion and home accessories are all available for purchase.

OPEN HOURS: Mo-Fri / 11.00 - 19.00
Schedule an appointment via message
Madi: 0769 796936
Irina: 0722 1343017

Gift: Click HERE to download her snowy village desktop wallpaper. Madalina offers ONE FREE DESKTOP WALLPAPER EACH MONTH, so be sure to check in frequently.

Sources:

http://www.madiandronic.com/

http://de-adevaratelea.blogspot.com/

http://klumea.eu/2014/madi-andronic-vin-la-ia-mania-pentru-cei-care...

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