Teija Hohl was born on the Northwest coast of Finland. She studied Fashion Design and worked as a Fashion and Textile Designer in her home country. After moving to Austria, she studied and graduated in Graphic Design in Linz and worked for advertising companies in Vienna and in Salzburg. Teija Hohl has been one of the lecturers at the University of Art and Design Linz (Kunstuniversität Linz) in Austria for many years. She also works as a Product Designer and a Freelance Illustrator. She has participated in many exhibitions focusing on social issues, in Austria and abroad. Her art work is a part of the permanent collections at many prominent museums around the world [e.g. Victoria & Albert Museum in London (UK), Dansk Plakatmuseum in Aarhus (Denmark) and Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Culver City (USA)].
Teija Hohl designs logos, textile patterns, cd covers, and catalogs, she also illustrates school and children’s books. This website, however, shows only some of her posters.