what you should know about ME/


Camelia is a Vietnamese illustrator, graphic designer and an art director.


Graduated BA in graphic design in Italy and started her psychology project as a cathartic process hoping to deal with her anxieties and those of the people who see her work; people whose doubts about themselves and the aspects of their personal existence mirror her own.

Camelia's style deals with the personification of human emotions rendered in illustration. Using human body to tell stories with bold outlined in strong colours, geometry and kaleidoscopic textures.

Creative Boom - 'Weird and Wonderful Illustrations by Camelia Pham are Inspired by our Influences'

Picame - 'I colori dell'anima'


Girls Club Asia - 'Meet the Artist - Camelia Pham'

Society 6 - 'Featured Artist'

Society 6 - 'Storytellers II: 3 Artists Weigh In How Their Artwork Tells A Story'

Urbanist Hanoi - 'Vietnamese Artist Draws Much-Needed Attention to Mental Health Issues'

Computer Arts #269 - 'New Talent 2017'

Saigoneer - 'Ten Iconic Vietnamese Women as Drawn by Illustrator Camelia Pham'

Communication Art - 'Fresh Feature'

proof that other people think MY works are legit/

inter-view and press


reasons why MY parents are so proud of ME/

February 2017

Winner of the World War II contest

Academy of Fine Art

Frosinone, Italy

May 2017

July 2017

Winner of Computer Arts Magazine's cover design contest in their New Talent Issue 269
London, UK

Featured in the D&AD Annual New Blood exhibition

London, UK

April 2018

Winner of the Batsford Prize 2018 - international category
London, UK

February 2019

Featured artist at the 61st annual Society of Illustrators exhibition
New York, US

Featured artist in Communication Arts Magazine's 60th annual competition

California, US

April 2019

Featured in American Illustration's 38th annual showcase

New York, US

Portfolio featured as a finalist in The One Club's Young Ones Student Awards

New York, US

January 2020

Featured artist at the 62nd annual Society of Illustrators exhibition.

New York, US

February 2020

Featured artist in Communication Arts Magazine's 61st annual competition.

California, US

July 2021

Talk at TedxRMIT about "The Art of Storytelling"
Hanoi, Vietnam