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Illustration18.12.2017

The A-maze-ing Girls of Sofia Bonati

The A-maze-ing Girls of Sofia Bonati

Sofia Bonati is an Argentinian artist born in 1982. She moved to United Kingdom in 2013 and began a successful career as an artist. Her works have been exhibited several times and she worked for clients such as Vanity Fair and Iberia. The reasons to her popularity are obvious: she has an inimitable style and a surprising creativity. She specializes in woman portraits and always brings a particular visual element (fruit, flower, animal…). In the “A-maze-ing girls” series below, she cleverly mixes portraits and mazes shapes. She works with pencils, markers and paints. Discover more creations on Behance and on the Sager / Braudis gallery website.

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