Mouni Feddag’s eccentric, festive illustrations
Illustrator Mouni Feddag’s portfolio is filled with eccentric illustrations depicting humanity's weirdest and most wonderful qualities.
Within each of Mouni Feddag’s illustrations there is plenty to explore. Rough, energetic textures are layered on top of watery, organic shapes to create a unique and spontaneous aesthetic. Add in Mouni’s varied colour scheme – which goes from rainy navies right the way to fiery reds – and you have all the elements for a cohesive yet constantly surprising portfolio of work.
Mouni’s work depicts characters of all shapes, sizes and eccentricities. From tiny tots climbing on gardener’s heads and colourful dog-walkers walking colourful dogs, to cyclists wearing monkey backpacks and half-naked pizza-eaters slobbing out in bed. Mouni’s portfolio showcases odd and intimate moments of everyday life, and how people’s oddest qualities are often their best.
The majority of Mouni’s illustrations feature people…she has a real knack for depicting humanity at it’s weirdest and most wonderful.
Mouni graduated with a degree in Communication Design from the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt in Germany, 2014. Since then she has developed a portfolio of international clients, from the likes of Wacom, Vogue and Anthropologie. She is now represented by The Bright Agency and things are clearly going well as Mouni is fully booked until June 2018!
Many illustrators have a couple of Christmas-themed illustrations within their portfolio but Mouni seems to have more than most. Festive scenes within her portfolio include everything from people ice-skating to half-naked men in Santa hats. Our favourite from the selection is Mouni’s Christmas party illustration, featuring all the classic characters you’d hope to find. These include the overly-emotional drunk, the inappropriate dancers, and the solo-partier to name just a few.
Christmas always brings out peoples most unusual behaviours, and no other artist can capture these oddities quite like Mouni!