Aline Zalko was born in Paris the 21th of January, the same day that Louis XVI was beheaded but not the same year.
She studied some art in Paris (naturally) and went to School of Visual Arts in New York. It’s then that she had her first drawings published - in black and white - inside the New York Times.
Now she draws -using lots of colors - for various magazines, publishing compagnies and many different kind of projects.
This collection made for Commune of Paris has for central figure women, combative, rebellious, and strong. It was inspired by great revolutionary and proud female figures of yesterday and today.