Bursting with bright personality and showcasing her work in a truly unique way, 3D illustrator and animator Eva Cremers is up to brighten your day. Lemonade rivers, dancing viscous bubbles and squeezy sandwiches take you to luscious world of fantastic characters and all sort of delights.


Eva Cremers is one of our highlights at Forward Online Festival on March 10th – 12th!



With a graphic design background and zero skills in 3D, Dutch artist Eva Cremers turned herself into a full-time 3D director and illustrator working on her dream projects! Eva’s works are filled with bold colors and charming bonbon CGI, attracting collaborations with brands such as Apple, Nike, The New York Times and Facebook. She creates artworks that spark joy and ooze her distinct aesthetic to the fullest.

Eva’s immersive website has its own fun factory where you can build your personal 3D fluff monsters. Toying with a drag and drop navigation, the user can simply choose a body, drag and drop, then save and share. With some of her larger projects featured on the website, Eva experiments on her virtual Lab with all possible mixtures, potions, and brews using mixed media, 3D, typography, sketches or animation.



Her characters are a diverse mix of dancing coconuts, partying cup cakes with neon-blue creamy sauce all around, bubble-head cubes and creatures you probably couldn’t have imagined.



Eva’s recent commission for Nike was a development of a gamified environment for the launch of the new The Zoom Spiridon Cage 2 ‘Carnaby’ shoe. The goal was to create a unique digital experience, inviting consumers to discover the shoe and its inspirations. Breaks Agency and Eva created a micro-site that allows users to explore the shoe heritage with a virtual Carnaby Street and by giving the shopper the chance to create their own iconic Carnaby character on the user journey.



You can join Eva Cremer’s talk at Forward Online Festival in March, where she will be sharing her fun journey in the creative world!