Malika Favre is a French illustrator based in London. Her minimal style — often described as Pop Art meets Op Art — is a striking study in the use of color, and positive and negative space. Featured above is artwork created as part of a project pitch for Parisian cabaret, Crazy Horse. Unused and previously unseen.
She has been drawing since she was very young and always seemed to be obsessed by the female body. She loved curves and organic shapes probably as much as she loved colours.
Her unmistakable style has established her as one of the UK’s most sought after graphic artists. Malika’s clients include The New Yorker, Vogue, BAFTA, Sephora and Penguin Books, amongst many others.
The real turning point for her happened while she was at airside, the London design studio. They had a strong visual aesthetic to what they were doing and taught her to find beauty in the simplicity of her illustrations. She developed her style over the years by pairing her illustrations more and more until it became some sort of manifesto.
Enjoy her art pieces below:
Music Art Magazine
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