Elsa Martino is a young illustrator, graphic designer and art director. She assumes bright colors and it is by her daring tones that we immediately recognize her work. Her line is minimalist, very graphic. Women's silhouettes, legs, buttocks or breasts, stand out on colored backgrounds. Elsa has borrowed her love for the colors that pop from David Hockney, one of her favorite artists.
As for the theme, we are in the middle of urban culture or street-culture. The young illustrator does not detail the features and faces but rather focuses on the outfits and curves of her characters. These drawings represent details of everyday life that "catch her eye".