Italian multimedia artist Alice Pasquini brings a distinctive poetical and feminine feel to everything she touches. Based in Rome, she has also lived and worked in the France, Spain, and the U.K. and focuses primarily on painting, illustration, creating installations, and animation, showcasing the idea of people and relationships amongst one another and strong, independent women in a modern world. She has spread her talent through her travels around the world, in various formats – on walls in the streets, in galleries, and even in graphic novels – usually in spray paint and acrylics, or illustration inks on paper and Photoshop.
What I love about her work is the immediate perception of human emotions in her characters – the vibrant strokes are dynamic and full of hope and passion. They truly evoke a real sense of both strength and the softness of femininity.