When travel company Kuoni France approached London-based French illustrator Malika Favre to help decorate its new travel brochure for 2016, she applied her usual unmistakable style – a sprinkling of bold minimalism with a striking use of positive and negative space and colour.
The illustrations almost hark back to the style of the early 20th-century travel posters, which would promise all kinds of delights up and down the UK and across the world. But Favre's typical nod to what is described as "Pop Art meets OpArt" – gives the artworks a more modern slant, full of dreamy colours and satisfying shapes and lines.
As one of the UK's most sought after graphic artists, Favre's clients include The New Yorker, Vogue, BAFTA, Sephora and Penguin Books, amongst many others. Discover more of her deliciously satisfying work over at malikafavre.com.