After graduating from ITU Department of Interior Architecture, İpek Kay completed her master's thesis in 2013, titled "Design that Dwells in Time: Designing Active Learning Places for Children" focusing on the approach that spatial experiences can be a way of learning. She lived in Sweden for a while during her graduate studies and started sharing her stories on kiwiiunderlandet Instagram by transforming her stories into visual narratives. She makes illustrations for children's books and various publications. She designs interior spaces and furniture at Pekka Studio, which she is the founder of. Nowadays, she is excitedly and cheerfully working on Monnom, the digitally-enhanced narrative environment, she developed for children within the scope of her doctoral thesis at ITU.
Her technique: Digital collage and watercolor.