Eva Armisen is a Spanish artist who is well-known for her child-like style, which never fails to charm the viewers of her works. The subjects of her works often touch on family, love and togetherness, with the depiction of simple moments in everyday life. The characters in Eva Armisen’s artworks go through their everyday lives with sweet smiles on their faces, reminding us of the joy in treasuring the small and simple moments in our lives. Armisen’s works have been exhibited and collected all over the world, in South Korea, Spain, Hong Kong, USA and Singapore.
To Eva, painting is like a home, one which she can go back to each time she needs it. As such, her paintings can be viewed as a form of journaling and reveals her inner thoughts, dreams, and life views.
It is unsurprising that something seemingly simple has captured the hearts of thousands worldwide. Eva’s presence is huge in Asia, especially in South Korea, where she held several exhibitions and collaborations in the past decade. Notable ones would be the publicity campaigns and promotions for Skinfood Cosmetics, Corelle, O’2nd, Hana Bank as well as exhibitions with Gana Art Park, Hangaram Museum, and Jang Heung Art Park Children Museum. In June 2017, Eva illustrated the book Mom is a Haenyeo where the incredible history of these women is shared, and most recently in 2020, Eva collaborated on the inaugural launch of OLA Executive Condominium, developed by Evia Real Estate and Gamuda Land.
Other collaborations on publicity campaigns and promotions include OLA EC, Coca-Cola, tmtplaza SinoGroup Hong Kong, L’illa Diagonal de Barcelona, Federica Arancello, Nike, Uned, International Clowns Festival in Andorra, La Roca Village, La Demba Hotel, Casa Décor, Mono Clab, Flamenco clothing store, TV3, El terrat, Kukusumuxu and Planeta.