Once again we have a new feature up in the Propaganda section. This week we feature an article on street artist Alice Pasquini.
“The first word that comes to mind when looking at Alice Pasquini’s work is ‘big.’ It’s bright and rich and full of colors, and seems to take up the entirety of a space. Most of her subjects are women—sleeping, reading, smoking, staring back at the viewer, drinking coffee, captured in everyday moments using a mix of acrylics and marker…”
Click HERE or the image below to read more.