Illustration is a form of problem solving. You take an article, a creative brief, etc., and apply your unique lens to the problem. Some illustrators have a style that is very distinctive and generally looks the same. Not everyone chooses to work this way. Some people enjoy let the tone of a project dictate the exact visual solution.
I would put illustrator Grace Danico in the latter camp. While her shapes and visual language are consistent, she is obviously comfortable with several different ways of working, whether this be simple line drawings, digital coloring, or printmaking.
You’ve probably heard of Grace before, especially if you read the illustration and design blog Grain Edit. She writes for it and is the illustration editor.
All images via her website.