Sanna Annukka is a Finnish-British illustrator whose work combines the curviness and nature imagery of art nouveau with the precise repetition and clean edges of computer art.
Some of her images seem to be modeled on Hilda Flodin’s ornaments for the Pohjola building in Helsinki. She has also cited the Kalevala as an important influence on her work.
Looking at her web site, I was particularly impressed with her album cover designs, some of the best-looking record packaging I’ve ever seen.
Thanks go to the Rongovian Academy of Fine Arts for introducing me to this fine illustrator. There are more wonderful examples of her illustrations on her web site.