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About Hélène

Hélène Baum-Owoyele is an afropean visual artist living in Berlin.​ Her artworks and designs have been used in various contexts, from editorial pieces, book covers and children’s books to cultural events, with clients such as:


The New York Times, Each One Teach One, WePresent, Karneval der Kulturen, Vox, Science Notes Magazin, Missy Magazine, Google, Harper Collins, Eater, Harvard Business Review, WDR, Radcliffe Magazine, Branch, New Statesman, Tate, Psychologie Heute, C40 Cities, Scoop Magazine,
Penguin Random House, CFFP, Octopus Publishing Group, 

The Washington Post's 'The Lily', Familiar Faces, Women Who Do Stuff, Systemic Justice, United Networks

Featured in: Science Notes c/oCreative Boom, Computer Arts Magazine Issue #276, Freelance WisdomThe Klean (home portrait), The Klean (artist portrait)

"Art has the power to heal

and transform lives"

Faith Ringgold

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Watercolor Illustration:
Transform Daily Objects into Whimsical Characters

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Contact Me

For more information, collaboration or work
drop me an e-mail at:

hln.baum@gmail.com

 

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contact my agent Alix Byr at:

alix@station21.art

Berlin: +49 152 08 48 18 98

Paris: +33 6 61 89 62 41

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