Daniel Stolle is a creative and very talented artist based out of Finland. Since starting out in illustration back in 2007, Daniel has worked mainly in editorial drawings, also doing artwork for book covers, stamps and animated films. He has contributed some amazing images to the likes of Boston Magazine, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, New Scientist, The New York Times and The Washington Post to name a few.
What intrigues me about Daniel’s art, is that every illustration has a thought-provoking message inside. From drawings that depict the cloud listening to us, to making fuel out of alternative energy sources like beer, or my favorite just below, that illustrates how we can create buildings with recycled materials from just regular household items!
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