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This winter we had the pleasure of adding the colorful work of Indrė Bankauskaitė to our featured artists collection. This Lithuanian illustrator who also goes by Freeminds draws everything from animals to anime characters to food. She says she has a passion for digital art, animals and loves her tea. Her work can be described as whimsical, surreal and sometimes edgy illustration. Now available on My Wonderful Walls as high-quality fabric decals, you can check out her designs like Penguin Chef, a cute and quirky sushi penguin art decal. Or try the surreal Dream Guide, an enchanting deer wall decal with hues of blue, grey and yellow.
Indrė’s art has been very popular in wall decal form, so we wanted to get to know the artist a little better. Please enjoy this Q&A with Indrė Bankauskaitė and be sure to check out her entire wall art collection.
My Wonderful Walls: Where were you born?
Indrė Bankauskaitė: I’m from Lithuania.
MWW: Where do you currently live now?
MWW: Were you always interested in art? How did you begin? When did you begin?
IB: I loved to draw and craft since I can remember, so my parents sent me to an art school at an early age, where I learned all the traditional techniques.
MWW: What inspires your art?
IB: It can be anything, a movie, a song, or a cute animal picture found online.
MWW: What medium do you prefer?
IB: I prefer working in digital, but I would love to learn painting in water colors.
MWW: What is your favorite thing/subject matter to draw?
IB: Characters and animals
MWW: Can you describe your creative environment?
IB: I usually work at my room, but what I love about digital art, that if I want I can draw anywhere… I just need my tablet and internet connection.
MWW: Best time of day for you to create?
IB: Afternoon or before going to sleep. I can’t think clearly in the morning.
MWW: What are some of your other interests?
IB: I love to craft and watch movies.
MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist?
IB: My mom and my sister, though they chose different mediums to express themselves.
MWW: Do you live solely off your art or do you have another job/career?
IB: I do and I’m really happy that it worked out!
MWW: How would you describe your work?
IB: Cute and colorful
MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done? If so, what?
IB: As an artist I’ve never satisfied with my work 100%, but I’m fond of my “Slumber” painting.
MWW: Where can folks see more of your work?
IB: I update my Facebook page more often than other profiles.
This young artist is a fantastic addition to the My Wonderful Walls featured artists collections. If you love anime or fantasy nature art, check out the Indrė Bankauskaitė collection of wall decals or find her work on sites like Society6 in the form of tee shirts, mugs, phone cases and more!