In a graphic vein very close to the cartoon, Thomas B, multi-faceted graphic designer based in Paris, based his style full extent of the iconography sexy rock n ’roll, while wielding humor and self mockery as crazy guard at the headlock.
Illustrator guided by the fascination of feminine curves, Thomas B. leaves the paths of traditional vector illustration and adds a high dose of rock and roll attitude. His favorite subjects are “The Girls go wild” intimate portraits of rough characters but ultimately appealing and fun. As expressionist punk rock of the 21st century, portraits of His vector Lolitas, only dressed in underwear (and sometimes a shirt iconic group) are images of today’s subcultures. Thomas B. tells a very personal way, today’s generation, and his penchant for rebellion. He takes his pictures to capture the expressions and poses to redraw all in vector style of its own: pop and narrative. Works of vector art of French illustrator Thomas B. are powerful anthems of youth rebellion. A tribute to punk rock beauties, princesses goth, emo girls self-destructive, Party Girls inveterate and other wild and sexy women, worshipers of the god “Rock N ’Roll”, he regularly exhibited or published.