James Dean - Andy Warhol / Behance. Very powerful icon within the movie industry, known for 'wooing' the women within the decade; the use of subtle tone that Warhol uses on the side of his face changes the picture well, comparing to the Michael Jackson one which is more simplistic and cartoony, this one has more realism but has bright use of colour. This piece is really funky, with the bold solid blue background and the bright golden hair.

Very powerful icon within the movie industry, known for 'wooing' the women within the decade; the use of subtle tone that Warhol uses on the side of his face changes the picture well, comparing to the Michael Jackson on

p-musette:  http://www.malikafavre.com/WASHINGTON-POST

Cover illustration based the new HBO show The Leftovers for the Sunday Art and Style supplement of The Washington Post - Malika Favre

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Malika Favre – Exhibition poster and catalogue cover for the exhibition “Il était une fois l'Orient Express” at the Institut du Monde Arabe in partnership with the SNCF.

This reminds me of the art of Peter Max !!! I had pair of Peter Max jeans and a Peter Max Notebook!!!

I like how the artist used lines to design this image. The way the he/she applied color only onto the face of this illustration makes the subject clear and simple.

Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), 1974

"Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), Lithograph, screenprint and debossing on paper." I really like the style of Roy Lichtenstein s lemon and glass of water its really simple and its not too bright or detailed.

Image via We Heart It https://weheartit.com/entry/164284421/via/4266099 #allstar #clothes #colorful #converse #girl #grunge #hipster #shoes #style #young

CONVERSE - Juan Morant (via Behance). Obvious influence from pop art, however wouldn't class this piece as a work of pop art - more modern art. The use of bright colours and the way the shoes are laid out make them look like they are joined making the ima

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Vogue Japan A Vision of Beauty / Cover illustration for the beauty feature of Vogue Japan October Issue. By Malika Favre

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