biography

Naomi is a graphic designer and freelance illustrator who studied for a Bachelors in Communications and Psychology at the University of Malta. Though she has tried her hand at several mediums, she currently prefers creating digital art.

Naomi believes that each artwork carries so much more than what people see at face value. Even if the artists themselves do not necessarily do this consciously, each artwork holds so much of the artists’ emotions at the time of its conception. With each creation, you can’t help but leave a piece of you behind.

Naomi has illustrated for several books, some of which have gone on to be finalists shortlisted for the Maltese National Terramaxka Book Prize. One of these was her own children’s book ‘Wherever could they be?’ which she illustrated and wrote, since she occasionally finds the creative muse to write a short story or two.

Naomi has worked with clients such as Horizons Malta, the National Literacy Agency, Valletta 2018 KantaKantun, Relationships are Forever Foundation, independent authors and various other design and illustrative jobs. She has also taken part in several art exhibitions, including those at the Cavalieri Art Hotel and Le Méridien Hotel & Spa.

When she’s not drawing she can be found, sipping cocktails, eating Japanese cuisine or playing video games. Of course if she can combine all of these together, all the better!

 

Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.

Torrie T. Asai

art works

design

design sunny cat

SUNNY CAT

Inspired by a photo of a colourful cat statue by the Sliema seafront; the eye catching colours engulfed by a backdrop of luscious blue sea leapt out at you. The perfect depiction of a Maltese summer; sunny, bright and cheerful. Get this on a T-shirt and wear the happiness and warmth of summer, even on those chillier days.

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design ahoy matey

AHOY MATEY! 02

Famous for its sea and sunny weather, it’s hard not to get inspired by Malta’s beautiful beaches and create something a little sea-related every now and again. It’s easy to see why red and blue were the main colours used for this piece. Red to represent the Maltese flag and blue to reflect the serenity of its oceans. The Maltese are very proud of their nationality, so the anchor signifies the strong connection to their Maltese roots. No matter where a Maltese may eventually end up, their hearts are never far from home.

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design ahoy matey

AHOY MATEY! 01

Famous for its sea and sunny weather, it’s hard not to get inspired by Malta’s beautiful beaches and create something a little sea-related every now and again. It’s easy to see why red and blue were the main colours used for this piece. Red to represent the Maltese flag and blue to reflect the serenity of its oceans. The Maltese are very proud of their nationality, so the anchor signifies the strong connection to their Maltese roots. No matter where a Maltese may eventually end up, their hearts are never far from home.

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