Abi Stevens, a vegan artist that you need to know

Abi Stevens is a friend, a dedicated educator and most of all a brilliant and talented artist based in Cambridge, UK.

She is also a well-minded person that is trying not to leave a dark footprint on our beautiful planet, she cares about the enviroment and the animals.

She decided to be vegetarian many years ago at the age of 11, when not many people were talking about animal rights or a plant-based diet.  Today she is a vegan, and after so many years she never looked back.

Her work doesn’t really touch the subject of animal abuse, exploitation or veganism as it is, but animals are a constant element on her work.

Abi’s work is truly exceptional and covers a wide range of areas but she is particularly interested in book cover illustration.

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book cover, The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, by G. W. Dahlquist.

Abi also does travel illustration.  Here is a example of her work inspired by a trip to Kyoto, Japan. The drawing puts together various architectural elements, objects and animals seen in Kyoto, within the shape of a shrine’s lantern.

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Kyoto

Abi’s work is colourful and carefully detailed. She finds her inspiration from mythology, fantasy, science, history and her own personal experiences.
Have a look at her portfolio, follow her work through instagram, or twitter and if you think you might work well together, she is available for cover and editorial work, as well as other projects, so don’t hesitate to contact her if you are looking a fellow vegan illustrator to do some exceptional work for you.

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