Marie-Laure Cruschi is a French illustrator and designer, who often goes by the name of her Paris studio, Cruschiform.
Cruschi’s work crosses the boundaries of her two areas of expertise, veering from vector illustration to design — and back again; the two inextricably intertwined in many images. Her strengths are obvious in those elements that are most strongly shared by the two disciplines: subtle color relationships and composition.
There are a variety of projects on the Cruschiform website and Behance galleries.
Of particular interest are her striking series of vector illustrations for Taschen’s Cabins book (images above, top two and bottom); you can see selections on both the website and Behance.
There is also a Cruschiform blog (FR), on which you will find more projects and additional images.
There is an article on her process on Creative Bloq.
[Via Eric Orchard]
www.cruschiform.blogspot.com, blog (FR)
Cabins, Amazon link
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