Lotta Kühlhorn is a Swedish-born illustrator and designer. She started her professional career while attending Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design.
Lotta is known for her bold patterns and vibrant colors. In the 1990s, she was one of the first Swedish designers to begin experimenting with the graphic elements of "junk culture," using pop art, films and mass produced items as the basis for her inspirations. Lotta's simple "happy-making" products are inspired by her childhood and feature a bit of retro seventies style.
In addition to her own line, Lotta has designed for Albert Bonniers Förlag, Norstedts Förlag, Månpocket, Tivoli, The National Public Art Council, IKEA, Dagens Nyheter and more.