The work of Maria Herreros (Valencia, 1983) walks between the beautiful and the grotesque. She works with illustration or comic with a style marked by the deconstruction of the individual in a physical way, to show new, altered realities that illuminate the soul of who poses for her. The instinct is her line of argument. Her iconography walks between the happy sixties, pop and contemporary anthropology. For Herreros, the imperfection is beautiful.
She has a degree in Fine Arts and postgraduate in Professional Illustration, and has exhibited her work in galleries in USA, Spain, Canada, Mexico, Poland, China, Chile or Portugal, among others. She was selected by the Taschen Publishing House for its international illustration almanac, Illustration Now! 5, and has published for other editorials as Lunwerg (Marilyn had eleven toes) or De Ponent (Phenomenon). Her work is in media such as SModa from El País, Vein, YoDona from El Mundo, La Vanguardia, Cinemanía or Minchô, and has worked for companies such as Reebok, Asus, Coca Cola or Mahou.