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Amalia Restrepo

illustration of Heimat is a German word that describes the sense of being home. This illustration takes me back to my home and it pictures it like a shelter, something that keeps me warm, something that I create and in which all my memories are knitted in.
illustration of Space is memory. We live the same things only separated by the thread of time.
illustration of Marie Antoinette's famous phrase is pictured with her eating a cake made out of the French.
illustration of Illustrations commissioned by the Urgent Action Fund in Colombia for their report on impunity for women leaders in Latin America. Women who fight for their territory and defend their land and home from destruction, get killed, imprisoned, and beaten everyday.
illustration of Love makes your heart grow. 
Illustration that is part of a Gif. illustrated for Mother's day.
illustration of It's very easy to dream in her shoes.
illustration of Inspired in a little Colombian town called Jardín where the houses are adorned with beautiful tiles and the coffee is great.
illustration of I created the imagery for the New Year Resolution Park in Medellin Colombia. It’s a space where families can go and have good food, read books, play volleyball, go to concerts and have fun during Christmas time. 

It was sponsored by COMFAMA.
illustration of Illustration for “Fiesta de la Diversidad” 2018 a cultural event in Medellín, Colombia run by the Mayor to promote and celebrate diversity. 

Client: Alcaldía de Medellín. (Mayor of Medellín) 

Poster, Merchandise and Illustrations for public space
illustration of In honor of my father.
illustration of Commission for a new mom.
illustration of Premonition of love. The feeling upon first meeting someone that you will inevitably fall in love with them.
illustration of This illustration was made for the AOI 2018 call for entries. The theme was London Stories. 

This piece is called “Story Time”. 

When it’s story time in London, all the characters that we know and love get together to read a book in a whimsical place where they can all be themselves.
illustration of Spot illustration about loving your garden.
illustration of Postcards to Remember is a collaborative project that intends to collect, materialize and share the stories behind the murdered social leaders in Colombia through voluntary written and illustrated postcards.

Illustration of Ezquivel Manyoma Social Leader in Chocó, Colombia.
illustration of Spot illustration about Little Red Riding Hood's wedding.
illustration of Illustration about transformation of the self.
illustration of Illustration about spring. Made for T-shirts.
illustration of Happy nostalgia for a place or a person. Good memories.
illustration of My take on the classic
illustration of Spot illustration on the theme
illustration of Illustration for the youth orchestra of Medellín.
illustration of Everyday, girls get attacked and/or killed because they choose to go to school. It’s time for this to stop.
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illustration of Washerwomen are magical. They carry secrets, cleaned sorrows and dreamt on the shore. This is why I dedicate this illustration to them.
illustration of Illustrations commissioned by the Urgent Action Fund in Colombia for their report on impunity for women leaders in Latin America. Women who fight for their territory and defend their land and home from destruction, get killed, imprisoned, and beaten everyday. 

The illustrations had to show powerful, strong, committed women of all races being part of nature, being part of the land they wholeheartedly defend.
illustration of Spot illustration for Peace day!
illustration of This is home. This is us.

Spot illustration for Earth Day.
illustration of Illustration for commission. A grandmother and her grandchildren in a magic world.
illustration of SHEMOMEDJAMO (Georgian): This word describes when you continue to eat an entire meal in spite of feeling full
illustration of Illustration for the Transplant Foundation. 
Someone is looking out for you.
illustration of Editorial illustration based on typography.
illustration of Editorial illustrations for Washington Lawyer magazine, about recovery and wellness for lawyers. 

Jan-Feb 2019

Art Direction: Jodi Bloom
illustration of Illustration for an article on angels and how they watch over us.
illustration of Commission for mom and daughter and their magical world
illustration of Illustration for an article on soul mates and past lives.
illustration of The reluctance of a person to let go of an illusion.
illustration of Matilda Wormood


MFA Illustration of Savannah College of Art and Design. For me, illustrating is a way of understanding and connecting to my own reality. I recognize illustration as a universal language, where the meaning is not always on the surface, but the message is always there. The majority of my work is an exploration of extremes, testing how much I can push an image in terms of proportion, scale, unusual combinations, and sometimes nonsensical scenarios in order to deliver a message. I try to evoke dreams, magic, nostalgia, and a sense of strange familiarity, similar to the sense of returning to your childhood home, or a smell that transports you back in time.


Cartoon, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Figurative, Lettering, Line with Color, Stylized, Texture, Decorative, Floral, Pattern, Whimsical, Concept Art, Installations


Children, Children's Books, Children's Products, Editorial, Education, Family, Fantasy, Historical, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Romance, Travel, Feminine, Spiritual, Youth, Ethnic, Environmental, Urban