Silja Götz
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Silja Götz

Silja Götz

Silja Götz
1974: Nacida en Regensburg/ Alemania
1998: Diplomada en diseño de comunicaciónen en la GSO Fachhochschule, Nürnberg/ Alemania con especialidad Ilustración
1999 a 2001: Diseñadora gráfica e ilustradora para la revista  "Allegra" en Hamburgo
Junio 2001: Traslado a Madrid 
Desde entonces ilustradora freelance 
Algunos Clientes: The New Yorker, Time Magazine, El País, Nylon Magazine (USA), Estrella Damm, New York Magazine, 
Vogue (Japón, GB, Australia), Elle (Japón, Alemania), Die Zeit (Alemania), Schöner Wohnen (Alemania), Enroute (Canada),
Penguin Books, Harper Collins, Planeta, Vanity Fair...


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Meeting Silja Götz

Describe your work with 3 words

Eclectic, feminine, personal.

Do you remember your first illustration?

My very first assignment was a smiling cat with a crown for a Cat Hotel. Everybody has to start somewhere!

How do you describe your creative process?

I start with scribbling a few ideas, then I search for material online (postures or pictures of items that should be in the illustration). Then I start drawing in earnest, often using a light desk. Finally all parts are scanned separately, assembled in Photoshop and altered until it all fits together.

If there’s time, I let it sit for a night and have a fresh look at it the next morning, to see if it still can be improved.

What/who inspires you?

It varies. I go a lot to the Prado museum. I’m very much drawn to the art of the rennaissance and to modernism. Also old fashion illustrations from the 20ies and 30ies.

What helps you to be creative?

Tea and a tight deadline.

What is your working environment like? 

It’s not at all as it should be, very cramped, lots of books and paper samples. What’s most important to me is that I’m alone and undisturbed and that I can listen to talk radio while I work.

What  would be your dream proyect?

A cover for the New Yorker!

Where can we follow you?

Your favorite fashion designers 

Right now: Maybe Issey Miyake. And I just discovered Ulyana Sergeenko with her very dramatic and retro style.

Of all times: The phantastic Elsa Schiapparelli

Last question…. your favourite Blazer?

It’s a very simple black affair made of very good fabric, perfectly cut and it goes with everything.



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