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Liz Lorini

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Candy Soup, 3/22/08 Digital 21 X 9" © Liz Lorini
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Cupcakey, Dec 2007 Digital and Hand Painted Frame 5x7" © Liz Lorini
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Miss Plumb, dec 2007 Digital + Hand Painted Frame 7x5" © Liz Lorini
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Sugar Surge, 2007 Silkscreen 7x14" © Liz Lorini
Mint
Mint chocolate chip + set view, dec 2007 Digital + Hand Painted Frame 8x10" © Liz lorini
Misssugar350
Miss Sugar and Miss Cyanide, 2007 Digital © Liz Lorini
Merfinalphoto
Death of little mermaid, 2008 Giclee Canvas Print + Hand Painted Frame © Liz Lorini
Venus
Miss venus verticordia / for masters reborn show, based on original " venus verticordia" by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 3/20/08 Giclee Canvas Print With Painted Details 10x12" © Liz Lorini
Cherrygunshot
cherry gunshot, 2007 Giclee Print © liz lorini
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Florida
Birth year
1984
Schools
Ringling school of art and design, 2006, Illustration BFA
Tags
fashion, cute, sexy, asian, pop, retro, sweet, candy, pinup, girls, Illustration, youth, fun
Statement

South Florida- and now San Francisco based freelance illustrator Liz Lorini has been drawing fashion girls since she was a little girl, using a paper doll as a stencil and drawing hair styles and clothing on the outline with paints and glitter. From the dreams of childhood our careers are made!

As Liz grew up, she became inspired a lot by graphic art styles she found on product packaging while she studied abroad in Japan during high school. It was such a visual place, everything had a cute/sexy/fun illustration on it, and every day she went out (even if it was to the grocery store) she was inspired and wanted to draw more and more. Because of this exciting and visual environment she rekindled her love for art and knew exactly what she wanted to study in college. Liz attended the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida with a concentration in Illustration and graduated with her BFA in 2006.

She now works from her home studio full time as a freelance illustrator while she pursues her own personal and gallery work as "Miss Kika"