Emerging from the same milieu as pioneering female French graffiti artists Fafi and Miss Van, Koralie began as a painter before finding her niche in digital illustration. Dabbling in everything between illegal outdoor pieces and small-scale studio work, the Brooklyn-based artist (originally from Montpellier, France) transitions her work seamlessly from the canvas to the wall to the digital screen and back again. Her compositions are rich and multi-layered. She renders cute Geisha characters inspired by Japanese pop culture with an abstract visual vocabulary, using tapestry-like textures and organic elements to transform the figures through a cacophony of details. The results inspire the imagination to interpret the myriad of interplaying shapes.