Using her signature style of vibrant watercolors applied to dense cityscapes, Wrońska takes on a new view in her latest series. Modern urban architecture comes to life as Wrońska's deft hand creates a mosaic of watercolors, thousands of windows and miles of bridges built into a cohesive landscape.
The artist's creative use of color captures the warm, energetic glow of our great contemporary metropolises, while adding a dose of imaginative whimsy. One of three paintings created in collaboration with Colossal, Wrońska has rendered Tokyo, the most populous city on the planet, and home to ancient design traditions that inspire its many urban creatives today.
Colossal worked directly with Wrońska to create an archival print of this original watercolor painting. The artist has personally reviewed proof prints for quality and integrity. Available in two sizes, the print's outside dimensions include 2" white borders for easy framing.
About The Artist
Maja Wrońska is an architect and freelance illustrator based in Żyrardów, Poland. Wrońska graduated with an Architecture degree from Warsaw University of Technology, and started her own business after graduation. She works as an architect with her mother and husband, while also working as a freelance illustrator.