Enriqué  Tabone  is an artist, designer and founder of QUE Design Studio. Her works have appeared at several events and venues, including Palazzo Pereira (2015); BirguFest2014 in collaboration with Valletta 2018 Foundation; St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity (2013); the Earth Garden Festival (2008, 2009 & 2011); the launch of Splendid Lounge (2011); the Deception collective exhibition at Lascaris Wharf (2010), and Notte Bianca (2008). Red Leaf, a metal seating sculpture by Tabone, is permanently installed at the Verdala Sculpture Garden in Buskett. A short film she co-produced in 2016 with Jenny Mercieca, Wild Flower, was featured at the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennale. Her most recent large-scale work Naħla was included in VIVA – the Valletta International Visual Arts festival in 2017. Other recent work has been exhibited as part of the 2018 touring exhibition Inspired in China, with venues including the Parliament of Malta Building, SkyParks at Malta International Airport, and the Ministry of Gozo.

She is also a board member of the M3P Foundation; a voluntary organisation active in the field of intangible cultural heritage, she is the founder of the QUE shop in Valletta, which features her limited edition of wearable art and home products made mainly from plexiglass material. These unique custom designs have already been displayed in numerous publications (including British Vogue and Vogue Italia), shows and events in Malta, the Netherlands, Turkey and Poland.