Sweet Revolution

Annabel Faustin

Acrylics on linen canvas 41 x 33 cm  (Unframed)

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Sweet Revolution depicts a woman wearing a red baret and a collar inspired by the famous Ganni collar. The red light from the sunset makes this woman appear in total fusion with the landscape. In line with the natural background, the small flowers scattered over the woman’s face come from the social media trend of 70s kind of look. They represents closeness to nature and respect towards the Earth.

Annabel Faustin

Annabel Faustin is a French artist born in the South of France, currently living and working in Paris. She studied Art direction in L'École Estienne and worked as a Designer for Beauty and Luxury brands for 5 years. In 2019 she started to fully focus on painting. Annabel’s inspiration for her work comes from the fashion industry. She is not only fascinated by design itself but also by the fashion ecosystem and functioning. She employs almost a surrealist approach to depicting characters wearing designer inspired items. Her figures as well as their surroundings appear dreamy and calm while being vividly coloured. 

The fashion industry has been undergoing a change towards more sustainable and mindful production, and that’s what the artist is pointing at. It’s all about harmony between humans and our planet Earth. 

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