Malika Favre is a French artist currently situated in London. Her style is characterized by pure minimalism and Pop Art, but sometimes described as ‘Pop Art meets Op Art’. She has developed this style by using positive/negative space and color, especially of the female body and the curves she loves to draw.
She started her career working as a web and graphic designer and then moved on to illustration and optical art (a.k.a. op art). Optical illusions are a style of visual art which use color and shape to create a sense of movement or an illusion of some other object in front of the viewer’s eyes.
You can see Malika’s illustrations on the covers of The New Yorker, Vogue, as well as BAFTA, Sephora, and Penguin Books, among others or follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and her official website.
Here we present you some of the covers and the project Hide and Seek, an unmistakable representative of the Op Art style.
Hide and seek
Pop Art meets Op art
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