Rosana Laiz is an architect from Spain who’s taken a colorful detour into the world of fine arts. She launched her brand, blursbyai (pronounced ‘blurs-bye-eye’), back in 2013, and it’s been a diverse, ever-evolving, and eclectic journey since then. You might find her drawing on a digital tablet, or with a paintbrush dipped in oil paint as she loves experimenting with different styles and materials. When it comes to type-based designs, she leans towards minimalist and Scandinavian style, but she also has a knack for modern calligraphy. With watercolors, she has a soft spot for vibrant hues, florals, bohemian subjects, and expressive strokes. And let’s not forget maps – she’s passionate about balancing accuracy with beauty and expressiveness. The great thing about maps, as she sees it, is their timeless appeal that can blend seamlessly with modern aesthetics and various décor styles. The creative journey continues, and she’s excited about where it’ll lead next!