Natalia Moroz began illustrating her favorite books at an early age. She was passionate about reading and drawing and combined the two hobbies. These childhood passisons have turned into an art career for Moroz. "My life-long love to poetry had a great impression on my work," she said.
She studied graphic design at the Uzbek Republic Art School in Uzbekistan and book illustration at the Institue of Arts in Uzbekistan. In 1999 she graduated with a BA in graphic design and advertising from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.
Moroz has illustrated editorials for the Los Angeles Time, The New York Times and the North Carolina Literacy Review. She also illustrated book covers for The Community Review, "Happily ever After" by Eduard Bag and "Mind Over Mass" by Alex Glozman. Click here to read Moroz's vitae.
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