I am a creative human, offering professional and whimsical visuals, designs and logos.

Studying graphic design when digital was just getting started gave me a very useful skillset to now do just that. It also paved the way for my first legitimate bore-out at age 27 (that’s akin to burn-out, but out of boredom, and it’s real) which again opened me up to explore my options #escape #intothewild and love for nature.

I studied Agricultural Sciences, and while I am still not sure why I didn’t pick environmental sciences, I learned a lot about how curcial and political our food souvereignity is, and how very destructive industrial ag(g)ro business truly is.

Drawing the wild and whimsical hints at my versatile creativity and affinity for the Wild. Part of that ‘unfuddling into aliveness’ is constantly exploring ways how I can use my skills and knowledge to best serve the naturelovers, starseeds and pleasurebased soulpreneurs I aim to support, while respecting my needs, boundaries and human-ness.

As a gemini in my sun sign I am curios by definition, and I love learning new and often unconventional ideas. As a libra in my moon sign I need to find the right balance by understanding the whole picture as nuanced as possible, which comes with a childlike need to keep poking the ‘Why?’.

In art and life, I have a penchant for hearts – not the kitschy ones, but the ones that are most common: the broken, the bruised and the stitched ones. This is a nod to the traumas – the unprocessed, unhealed parts – we all carry in these industrialised times.

I believe it’s important to remeber that we are all a trinity of Soul, Spirit and Body, and each part comes with its own wisdom and needs.

To access that wisdom I believe its important to incorporate pleasure in our life – and in a world that is very pushy, our work to give space to Soul is cut out for us.

To honor these needs in a world that aims to capitalize on them is an act of reloveution, and a road rarely traveled.

So I keep evolving my services into alignment with my values, including safety, transparency and fairness.


My name is Myriam

Myripa is my artist name and the fusion of my full name Myriam Parth. Not very original, but it’s what works and how google now finds me. My formal education and skillset includes
graphic and communication design
media and digital illustration
comic creation
creative business and marketing know-how
webdesign and social media management.
That honed my skills for various techniques and indeed, my illustration style is quite versatile.

My BSc in Agricultural Sciences and dive into the much appreciated and powerful Permaculture Design point towards my love for Nature. I love going barefoot and sleeping outside under the stars if I get the chance (mosquitos unfortunately love me…)

For me, Nature is Panacea and absolutely Sacred. We are dependent on Nature – as a species, as individuals and for our survival and thrival. What we do to Her will come back – the good and the bad. We need to fully respect and embody indigenous peoples, their wisdom and cosmology above all else if we want true healing, magic, developement and a life worth l i v i n g. We need to be willing to learn and grow.

My curiosity for life may lead me off the beaten path, but never astray: towards psychology, somatics & trauma, shamanism, yoga and theosophy and the odd other thing. So bringing together science and spirituality supports me in fine tuning my creativity and people skills, growing as a soul and remembering the bigger picture.

I worked with many business owners and individuals to help manifest their ideas in a professional and practical manner – in terms of visuals and design, concept and marketing – and I am looking forward to supporting you in manifesting your socially and environmentally conscious dream business!


“We all begin as a bundle of bones lost somewhere in a desert,
a dismantled skeleton that lies under the sand.
It is our work to recover the parts.
It is a painstaking process best done
when the shadows are just right, for it takes much looking.”

C. Pinkola Estes

Foto © Gonca Warhanek (Bildbearbeitung myripa)

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