Rizkia Gita is an illustrator from the quaint village in Blitar, Indonesia

Rizkia Gita is an illustrator from the quaint village in Blitar, Indonesia, with a unique flair for creativity. From her early years, her father ignited her passion for storytelling and drawing, allowing her imagination to flourish. Rizkia embraced her innate artistic inclination and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree on her path to become a children’s book illustrator.

Her artistic endeavours encompass a fascination with depicting new cultures, captivating nature, and experimenting with delightful colour combinations. Rizkia's ultimate aspiration is straightforward: to create work that resonates with children worldwide, encouraging their imagination and sparking inspiration. She also has a lot of admirers over on her socials….

Here’s where we found out more.

When did you start illustrating?

Then I was 5 years old

Who has been the most supportive in your illustration career, perhaps your teacher, family, friends?

Gladly my closest people are very supportive! Especially my parents and my boyfriend:)

Did you always think art was something that was going to be a major part of your life?

Not really, considering I grew up in a small village which living that relies on art is unrealistic :)

What is your favourite subject matter to illustrate?

My favourite subjects are kids with their diversity, new cultures, nature, and something magical :)

How would you describe your style?

Fun, full of consideration(based on bts :D) and neat

What is your favourite collaboration to date?

Picture book “Aku Sudah Besar” for Indonesian ministry of education and culture.

What interested you about being represented by Illo Agency?

Because Illo Agency has a similar goal to mine, distinct & diverse

Do you have a favourite author, film director, or designer?

Favourite author JK Rowling, Jory John, and Holly Black

Are you working on any personal projects you can share with us?

Yes, I’m working on my exciting product collaboration with a local brand, the product is a lunch box and tumbler for kids, which each has 3 thematic illustrations!

Do you listen to podcasts? If so, do you have a favourite?

Yup, I used to listen a local horror and criminal podcast by Nadia Omara and Hirodata

If you’d like more info, please contact: [email protected]

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