Luisa Jung was born and raised in Buenos Aires. She graduated in Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires.
After years of combining her passion for illustration with her architectural practice,
she is now working as a full-time illustrator.
Through her work she seeks to translate complex topics into striking, colorful images.
Her client portfolio includes names such as The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Luisa is represented globally by Richard Salzman.
She lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

Partial Client List

The New York Times, The Washington Post, Scientific American, Cambridge University Press,
The Royal Society of Arts, Spiegel Literatur, Psychologie Heute, Schlaglichter,
Bucknell Magazine, C&EN News, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Weltwoche Zürich, Focus Magazin,
Wardour, Forbes Argentina.

Awards / Honors

2021 | Shortlisted | World Illustration Awards | AOI
2021 | Merit | Professional Show No.18 | 3×3
2021 | Illustrators Exhibition | Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival | UAE
2021 | Featured | Freistil 7 | Raban Rüddigkeit
2021 | Chosen Winner | American Ilustration Awards
2021 | Shortlisted | Communication Arts
2020 | Featured | Slanted 36 “Coexist”
2019 | Emerging & Established Award | Cheltenham Illustration Awards
2019 | Honorable Mention | 3X3
2018 | Selected | Tapirulan Illustrators Contest
2018 | Selected | Cheltenham Illustration Awards
2018 | Excellence Award “Unpublished Children’s Book” | 3rd Global Illustration Awards | Frankfurt Book Fair
2018 | Honorable Mention | Creative Quarterly n° 53