Alice Pasquini, graphic designer, illustrator and Street Artist from Rome hits Berlin. Her artworks are graphic novels, the tools of her choice are stencils in combination with spray paint and markers. This way of working makes her pieces looking similar to the works of C215, witch isn’t surprising, because they worked together quiet often. A point witch seems really important to her, are the places where she puts up her pieces in Berlin and how the colors and motives she uses are interacting with the surrounding. The content of her graphic novels is quite often about women witch are growing up and or getting strong and independent, away form the stereotype of women witch the media tries to generate.
A German documentary of Alice Pasquini
Alice Pasquini Fotos on Flickr by StreetArtBLN
Interview by Street Art London
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