Christin Lohmann is an illustrator, painter and a graphic designer.

Born 1987 in a small town called Unna in the Ruhr region of Germany, and currently residing in Berlin. Christin acquired a Bachelors of Arts in Fashion and Illustration in 2013 followed by a Masters degree in Illustration in 2017. 

Her work is characterized by her melancholic, fragile, yet emotionally charged style packed with irony. Christin’s paintings are inspired by nostalgia of the 19th century; Aesthetics of dark romanticism, dystopias, and surrealism combined with trash classics, gender, and feminism. She constantly aspires to unmask the socially created conformity, specially the gender construct.

Almost in all of her work, she focuses on females and femininity. As she is constantly seeking to visualize inner conflicts and emotions which are not visible to the naked eye, but are surly lurking behind ones facade. Within her work, Christin comes to terms with her own experiences and creates her views about Zeitgeist and society. Her preferred mediums are watercolors, pencils, ink, and acrylics in various combinations through different techniques which include sketching, painting, collage, and digital artwork. Christin ́s paintings can be found in private collections and were displayed in several group and solo exhibitions.