Inside the devillish world of illustrator Polly Nor

Instagram famous pop-culture illustrator Polly Nor creates intriguing dystopic worlds with her depictions of women and their inner 'demons'.

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Her artist bio from her website tells us more about the unique creative identity behind her work:

"Polly is best known for her dark and satirical drawings of women and their demons. Her recent body of work features a range of hand drawn, digital illustrations and sculpture work. Interweaving themes of identity, female sexuality and emotional turmoil throughout her work, Nor is inspired by her own female experience of life in the internet-age. Her illustrations often tell stories of anxiety, self doubt, and the struggle for self-love.

Since graduating in 2011 she has been commissioned by a variety of clients including Bloomsbury Publishing, Dazed Digital, Hunger, Dr Martens, Complex Magazine and Gucci. She has also been a guest speaker on the digital arts for the Apple Store hosted by Dazed Magazine."

Nor also has her own line of T-shirts, phone cases and art prints that are available to buy from her online store. She has even recently launched her first solo exhibition, aptly named It’s Called Art Mum, Look It Up!

Watch the short film below, Nor's animated illustration music video for Halfway to Nowhere by Chelou:

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Ruth MacGilp, 20, UK. Fashion Communication Student and Fashion Blogger.
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