Alice Pasquini is a street artist based in Rome, Italy. She is best known for her murals engaging with femininity and independent women that differ from the highly sexualized imagery commonly seen in advertising. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Pasquini was drawn to street art as a response to what she saw as old and outdated ways of art-making during her studies — which left her cold. Pasquini's work has been exhibited worldwide, and she is a prolific artist, having painted more than 2000 walls.
This mural, created for the 2018 Nuart Festival, depicts a female figure turning away from the viewer while holding a bouquet of flowers. It is located in central Stavanger, on a wall at one of the city's main transport hubs — Stavanger Bus Terminal.