My name is Kirsten Roya Azal. I did creative work and illustrations for institutions and museums like The Tate Galleries in London, The Guardian Newspaper, The Design Museum London, The Vitra Design Museum and others.
Patterns, textures, Islam, subtle things, objects, mystical philosophy and the reflection on the age old struggle between shadow and light are the inspiration of my art. I observe how the light brings forth beauty and colors and forms from darkness. In my illustrative work I work with fabels, mystical themes, psychology, culture, religion, digital worlds, and plants.
I write about subtle things, Islam, Medicine, Plants, Religion, History, Psychology, Gardens, the Law, Human Rights and Digital Worlds.