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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.
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Chute libre means “free fall” in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 reprinted a series of science fiction titles under that name. The imprint is notable for a number of reasons, not least the striking covers which impress with their uniform design and bold imagery.

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apolloniasaintclair:

Apollonia Saintclair 443 - 20131227 Le joystick (Toying with Pong)

I can never turn down an Apollonia Saintclair illustration, especially the witty ones. This particular illustration caught my eye in an otherwise dreary day on my Facebook news feed, featured here.
While hunting this down on Apollonia’s blog, I found a host of new favorites and assembled them here (with the Le joystick at fourth): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
ALSO: She has two features in Juxtapoz Magazine

apolloniasaintclair:

Apollonia Saintclair 443 - 20131227 Le joystick (Toying with Pong)

I can never turn down an Apollonia Saintclair illustration, especially the witty ones. This particular illustration caught my eye in an otherwise dreary day on my Facebook news feed, featured here.

While hunting this down on Apollonia’s blog, I found a host of new favorites and assembled them here (with the Le joystick at fourth): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

ALSO: She has two features in Juxtapoz Magazine

Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
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Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info
Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info
Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info
Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info
Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info
Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)
There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.
Zoom Info

Showcasing how effective a limited color palette is and how sexy letters can be, illustrator Malika Favre has created a full alphabet for the Kama Sutra. Using only a rich gold and sanguine red (accompanied by black and white), Favre creates a beautiful set of 26 erotic illustrations. The flow of her pieces is unmatched and a natural symmetry is displayed. Favre’s style reminds me of art deco illustration, such as Erte’s work for Harper’s Bazaar in the earlier half of the twentieth century.

The Project: “The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 as part of an exhibition project." (via The Kama Sutra Project)

I’m particularly fond of the circular letters above and The Venutian Kiss, but the entire alphabet is gorgeous and is a must-see. You can view them as animated images (which are pretty hot, if I do say so myself!)

There’s also a brief editorial on Juxtapoz.