6 young and talented French Illustrators representing the "Nouvelle Vague"
of Illustration are now represented in New York in our gallery.
Aline Bureau, has worked a lot for the press since 1997 Marie Claire, Elle,
Liberation, Biba..Her technique of painting on wood gives a very distinctive
look to her illustrations.
Colonel Moutarde, works on an all black computer in an all red studio. Has
worked for the advertizing industry on large ad campaigns for brands as
different as Nivea, Danone, The French Transit Authority RATP, The Hotel
Meurice in Paris, and of course the press including the Japanese edition of
discovered by ELLE Magazine, Eric Giriat, internationally recognized for his collages as well as pencil and
paint drawings have been published all over the world since 1996 including
Japan, Russia, Australia, The United States, and of course Europe. His
distinctively original style allows him to work on a variety of subjects
ranging from political news to literature, fashion...for example in the
United States he has been published by Better Homes and Gardens, as well as
Hyperfamous was born from the collaborative talents of Caroline Lauzain and
Frederick Deming, who graduated from Parson School of Design. Their "glam
pop" illustrations have a unique sense of style, colorful and always right
on the beat very much appreciated by creators and press such as Rock and
Folk, Nova, CB News...
Irma, also a Parson's graduate, has been living in LA, Paris , and London.
Her credits include advertisements for Ford France and, Clinique Japan, as
well as numerous book illustrations in Europe and Japan, and of course press
such as Glamour Magazine, Frau Germany, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Vogue