Emma Strauss is a Berlin based illustrator and a graduate from The University of Brighton. She tells Kollektiv, “I was born and grew up in a small Hungarian town. My work has been centred around the feeling of otherness, that lead me onto raising questions about belonging in today’s society, both artistically and politically.”
Show us something naughty.
What if you always tried to do things the long way?
Tell us about your ancestry.
Is social media creating a selfish generation?
Where are you in the moment between asleep and awake?
Show us a secret.
What intimidates you?
Please create a portrait of me although you don’t know my face.
Where is your resting place?
Where can we find more of your work?