Colour, colour and then some more garish colour thrown in for good measure. Striking primary colours predominantly, reds, blues and yellows to afford this riotous piece an art punk effect, as we fixate ourselves on the Flashdance female figure, postured on a chair, head thrown back, articulating herself with an element of despair if our body language translator is up to scratch.
Yet conversely an empowering physical stance that’s suggestive of measured control and an assured situation. Above all else there’s an incredibly enveloping femininity to rising urban pop artist, Lhouette’s very visual description of a twisted, skewed tale of the birds and the bees.
Less the bees. Swallows, or doves perhaps, ring and four square Lhouette’s firework composition, where love will inevitably conquer all.