Illustration of Eva Dominelli

Eva Dominelli (she/her) is an Illustrator, Animator, and Visual Artist living in Vancouver, BC, situated on the unceded territories and traditional lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. She graduated from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2017 with a BFA in Illustration.

Eva’s work focuses on album art, posters, hand-lettering, t-shirts and merch design, editorial, personal watercolours, and animation. She has self-published several artist’s books, including her acclaimed 2020 zine, “Things Men Say to Me at Work,” which won Broken Pencil’s Art Zine of the Year award. In 2022, Eva was nominated for Video Director of the Year by the Western Canadian Music Awards.

Eva’s artistry draws inspiration from her daily observations, dreams, and a love for vintage children’s picture books. Using watercolour and gouache, her paintings blend social commentary with enigmatic narratives created from her personal myths and motifs, inviting viewers into her vivid visual world.

Applied Arts Illustration Awards 2023
Winner – Shoe-String Budget Motion-Animation for ‘God Complex’

Western Canadian Music Awards 2022
Nominee – Video Director of the Year for ‘God Complex’

Women Build BC T-Shirt Design Contest 2021

American Illustration 40 Archives 2021

Broken Pencil Zine Awards 2020
Winner – Best Art Zine for Things Men Say To Me At Work

Feels Zine / Montecristo Magazine / Discorder Magazine / SAD Magazine / Still Moon Art Society / Capilano University / Madelyn Read / Jo Passed / Only A Visitor / Gentle Party / Buckman Coe / The Giving Shapes / UP Early Intervention Clinic