Laura Laine (born 1983) is a Finnish commercial and magazine illustrator and visual artist with her own forceful and recognizable style. In her illustration work, she is particularly known for her extended, girl-like figures based on the drawn line with their thin bodies, and full, billowing hair. Laine’s CV lists a great deal of work for international magazines and companies such as Vogue, Sephora, Elle, Zara, H&M, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Guardian, GAP and TheTelegraph. She has exhibited her work in the Netherlands, New York, London, Los Angeles and Helsinki, among other locations.
Laura Laine studied fashion design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki and she received the Young Designer of the Year prize in 2011.