Painterly forms by artist and illustrator Bénédicte Muller

Date
24 June 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

If you were to make a Venn diagram out of art and illustration, you could safely pop Bénédicte Muller’s beautiful work right in the middle. Executed with a painterly finesse and an admirable attention to detail, her pieces naturally straddle the two disciplines, so even commissioned work for clients like The New York Times and Vanity Fair feels like a personal project. Geometric shapes and sharp lines recur throughout her portfolio, as do silhouettes which are carefully overlapped to create double meanings wherever possible. Bénédicte’s entire body of work has a considered air about it which makes it a pleasure to peruse.

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Bénédicte Muller: Interieur Couleur

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Bénédicte Muller: L’Esprit Meut la Masse

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Bénédicte Muller: L’Esprit Meut la Masse

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Bénédicte Muller: L’Esprit Meut la Masse

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Bénédicte Muller: Nyctalope

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Bénédicte Muller: Nyctalope

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Bénédicte Muller: Window

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Bénédicte Muller: Window

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Bénédicte Muller: Window

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Bénédicte Muller: Window

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Maisie Skidmore

Maisie joined It’s Nice That fresh out of university in the summer of 2013 as an intern before joining full time as an Assistant Editor. Maisie left It’s Nice That in July 2015.

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