Savanna is an illustrator working in traditional mixed mediums and a variety of digital approaches, focusing on immersive environments and experimental interactive narratives using animation and code. She has a background in comics, and is always looking for ways to elevate storytelling through art. Movement, both literal and through shape and composition, are an important part of her illustration. She loves drawing gooey shapes.
What do you geek out about?
Savanna: Cults and conspiracies, and weird history in general.
What is one thing you want to learn right now?
Savanna: I want to get into sound design! Its parallels to both storytelling and visual art are really interesting to me.
[My work is] one of the few things that lets my brain have some serotonin.”
What do you collect?
Savanna: I collect erasers shaped like little foods and animals.
Why do you do what you do?
Savanna: It’s one of the few things that lets my brain have some serotonin.
What are you reading right now?
Savanna: Whisper Their Love, a lesbian pulp novel from the ‘50s. I was given a first-edition copy as a gift, and the art on the cover is really beautiful. Lately though, I mostly read true crime nonfiction.