Houda Bakkali is an award-winning visual creative based in Spain. She is expert new technologies applied to art.
With a long career as a digital creative, in 2008 she published her first digital series called “Africa sweet and Pop”. In 2018 the “Beautiful African Woman” projected her onto the international scene, winning prestigious awards such as The New Talent Award at the Festival International Artistes du Monde in Cannes, festival sponsored by the City Hall of Cannes.
Houda has been honored with awards from the American Illustration (New York), International Motion Award (New York), the New Talent Award at the International Festival Artists of the World in Cannes, London International Creative, Paris Design Award, Creative Quarterly (New York), and for four times the Graphis Silver Award (New York), among others distinctions. Likewise, she has been selected by acclaimed TIME magazine for her first web3-NFT initiative. Her colorful works are created by combining digital illustration and mixed technique as well as motion graphics and augmented reality. Her art has been exhibited worldwide and her techniques and creative process have been recognized by different international magazines, institutions and iconic spaces including the Palazzo Bellevue, the Museum of Flowers in Sanremo, the City Council of Sanremo (Italy), the emblematic Casinó di Sanremo (Italy), Spain Culture in New York, The City Council of Madrid, Cultural Centers of the City Council of Barcelona, Paradores Nacionales (Spain), House of Castilla la Mancha in Madrid, Illustrious College of Physicians of Málaga, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport, etc. Her art has been exhibited at international art fairs as well as private events in Biarritz, Paris, Geneva, New York, Monaco, Barcelona, Madrid, etc. From her studio La Bonita Digital, she works for different companies and institutions, managing different projects, both visual communications & marketing, as well as multimedia & interactive projects, edTech, digitalization, workshops on new technologies applied to art.