Troy Galluzzi renders these culturally charged portraits of vicious women. The painterly images are created digitally, allowing for pristine use of color and a smooth incorporation of typography. The works are thick with complex narratives and sharp attitude. Each illustration features a painfully gorgeous, vengeful woman in the midst of scheme. A favorite of mine from the collection is 'Smoke Break,' which depicts a stunning silhouette stalking off from an exploding diesel station. Her skimpy shirt reads 'Quiet Riot,' a not-too-subtle metaphor for the power of women.
Based in L.A., Galluzzi works as an illustrator, concept director and graphic designer. He has worked for big-name companies, such as NFL.com and Nylon Magazine. Troy Galluzzi also co-founded the exclusive artist networking site Gorilla Artfare. The Troy Galluzzi series is perfect for the dangerous woman or anyone who has happened to forget that females do in fact bite.