Humanistinis identitetas, laisvė bei moteriška galia.

Eglė Žvirblytė


Egle is a Lithuanian artist and illustrator based in London. She creates bright, punchy and irreverent work that melts your heart, kicks your butt and tickles your funny bone.

Egle studied Film and then Spatial Design in University of the Arts London, continuing to work in set design and later narrowing down on illustration.

Besides spending more than 10 years in London, she has lived in Melbourne, Tokyo, Bali and Barcelona, working for clients worldwide in advertising, product design, event design and editorial.

To name a few projects, her illustration portfolio includes a fully functional carousel bar for Moniker art fair in New York, inflatable installations for Refinery29 experiential events touring the US, and a home accessories line with Sancal furniture company.
You can see Egle’s illustrations on Adidas sportswear, on packaging of artisan Tales Of cocktails, and in overall visual branding of Pete The Monkey music festival in France, among other places.

Alongside her commercial work, Egle has exhibited her artwork in New York, Miami, London, Tokyo, Melbourne, Madrid, Milan, Dublin, Zurich, Utrecht and Barcelona.
In her personal practice Egle explores themes of humanism, identity, love, and female power.