Siggi Odds Draws Influence from North American Native Art

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Mar 28, 2013 • References: siggiodds & thefoxisblack
When perusing the work of Icelandic artist Siggi Odds, it's clear to see how her work draws inspiration from Aboriginal culture from the west; the final products come as nothing short of truly beautiful.

While her focus of inspiration does lie in the First Nations category, there are other pieces of Odds work that pertain to branding and packaging design. I think it's an interesting switch how she can flow so freely in her creative expressionist work and transition seamlessly to creating concept branding that's modern with a touch of heritage.

It's difficult to pick a favorite of Odds work because they all are uniquely created with a strongly respectful notion in mind, which really speaks to my inner historian that loves when artists take traditional practices and reinterpret them. Stats for Tribal-Inspired Icelandic Illustrations Trending: Older & Buzzing
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