The Art of  
Saskia Keultjes
Contact / About


My name is Saskia Keultjes and I'm a German illustrator specializing in line art for illustrative branding, editorial, video, and advertising.

I’m currently based in Los Angeles via NYC, Berlin & Düsseldorf.

For illustration work, please contact
hi@saskdraws.com

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Clients include Barnard College, Bustle, Buzzfeed, Capital One, Clarins, Cosmopolitan, Disney, GAP, Ginza Magazine Tokyo, Harper Collins, Hulu, Johns Hopkins University, Minnesota University, Penguin Random House, Popsugar, The LA Times, The New Yorker, R/GA, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Washington Post, Saatchi and Saatchi, Something New, Toyota, Tumblr, Vans, and Warby Parker.

About my work

Recurring themes in my work are self-care, love, and improvement–often visualized with human characters and personal objects, though I love exploring all kinds of subjects. I mostly enjoy creating drawings in the medium of pen and ink (on paper) or seeking digital lines that hold a similar, hand-made tangibility.

My capabilities include apparel design, book illustration, brand explorations, conceptual artwork, content pieces, editorial illustration, hand-made drawings, iconography, illustrative branding, line art, live/event drawing, pen and ink, spot illustrations, style frames and vector art.


Agency & Inhouse Experience

Freelance Illustrator
Mar 2012 — Current
Based in LA, NYC, Berlin and Düsseldorf

Freelance Illustrator
(Project-Based, Pitch)
at Something New
Aug 2020 — Aug 2020
Remote

Illustration/Editorial Design
at Policygenius
Apr 2020 — Jul 2020
Remote

Freelance Illustrator
(Project-Based for TrialSpark)
at Something New
Apr 2019 — Jun 2019
Manhattan, NY, USA

Freelance Illustrator
(Project-Based)
at Dots Inc
.Apr 2019 — May 2019
Brooklyn, NY, USA

Freelance Illustrator
(Full-Time)
at Dots Inc.
Feb 2014 — Mar 2015
Remote

Student Graphic Design Intern
(Part-Time)
at Weirich Medien Full-Service Agency
Oct 2011 — Oct 2012
Essen, Germany




To see what I'm working on now, follow me on Instagram, Tumblr and Working Not Working.




































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