This print series depict three species living in the Amazon rainforest and heavily threatened by the massive deforestation currently happening. Each specie lives in a declining habitat (ground, canopy and river).
You can buy those prints on my online shop.
10% of your purchase will be donated to Rainforest Alliance.
The “Musée d’histoire du Fer” (Iron history Museum) in Nancy, asked me to do a whole variety of portraits, landscapes, weapons and horses for their show “Guerriers-guerrières” about male and female warriors over space and time.
Personal project - 2018
Living next to the see made me want to draw some seagulls and this hermit crab. Each occasion to make personal project is an opportunity to try on new things in terms of shape, color and texture.
The Golden Glow is my very first book as an author and illustrator.
It has already been published in several countries including France, Canada, Germany and United-Kingdom.
Fox loves nature. There’s nothing he enjoys more than reading about and picking flowers. One evening, he comes across a rare specimen in his old botany book — the golden glow, a plant from the Wellhidden family, found only in the mountains . . . a plant that has yet to be described. Fascinated, Fox decides to set off on a quest in search of the mysterious golden glow. He packs his knapsack, a map, a compass, a flashlight, a sleeping bag and other items for his hike. Along the way, Fox observes many different kinds of trees and plants. He also encounters woodland friends who help him make it to the summit of the mountain. But when Fox eventually stumbles upon the object of his quest, he makes a surprising decision.
With spreads of educational content interspersed throughout, The Golden Glow is a charming story that details the simple pleasures of a nature hike and celebrates observing the beauty of nature.
I was approached by the flamboyant animation studio The Line to create those visuals for an Instagram campaign for Birchall Tea. Each illustration is representing one of their new tea flavour and was eventually animated.
A personal project about colour, texture, patterns and faces.
Tropical forests in South-East Asia shelter a wide diversity of wild animals. From the tiny shrub striving to grow to the hightest branches of the canopy, those trees are the house of not only birds but also amphibians and mamals. They all depend on the tropical trees to hunt, to pick food, to hide, to watch their surrounding, to socialize or to mate.
Palm oil industry is destructing these forest at a crazy speed. Most of the animals living in those places won't have time to adapt and will eventually disappear.
I intend to show a few of these animals. We all have heard of the Orangutan or the Sumatran tiger but there is a lot more. And some of them are beautiful, amazingly weirds or even have strange abilities.
I've been asked by 59 Parks to make an other poster of the legendary Appalachian Trail. The trail follows a pretty popular migration route for a lot of bird species which made a good opportunity for me to draw a V formation of migrating geese.
You can also check out the beautiful poster on sale on the 59 Parks website !
The Natural History Museum of Nancy in France asked me to make an illustrated book about their zoology gallery. I depicted how people from various age and social background could escape from reality when going to such a place and imagine themself surrounded by nature and wild animals.
French TV and culture magazine Télérama commissioned me to make this piece about existentialism and phenomenology.
I was commisioned by the famous french toy brand Djeco to design four animals and their background for a foam collage boxset.
Documentary history book for french publisher Bayard
Authors: C.Lavaquerie-Klein, L Paix-Rusterholz
A spread illustration for Airberlin inflight magazine. This one opens an article about laziness and farniente in the towns of Conversano and Pogliano a mare in Italy.
Client : Airberlin
Agency : Pocko
Three illustrations for an article by Sevin Rey-Sahin in XXI n°38 about Gül, a woman who finds wives for turkish men amongst syrian refugees.
A.D. by Sara Deux
Two full-page illustrations I made for french science review Inmédiats - Summer 2016 issue.
I was commisioned by french publisher Fleurus to illustrate a book about space. But it's not only a book it's also a 2,75m long frieze that you can unfold and pin on your wall. It tells the story of the universe, from the Big Bang to nowadays with text from P.F. Mouriaux.
My contribution to the September 2016 issue of french paper Errratum.
Cover of the 2017 issue of the Building Science Bulletin
A.D. by Almasty
An illustrated poster for the 59 Parks print series project.
Learn more about the project and purchase a copy of the poster HERE.
I was commisioned by Found Studio to make a couple of concept images for a short animated spot.
A serie of 7 illustrations I made to depict notable places in Sardinia for Le Parisien Magazine.
Each month, in french kids magazine Astrapi, I illustrate things that looks like something else, that look weird or funny or just unusual in a section called Face à face. Here's a selection of some of those I did in 2016
Personnal Project - 2015
Personnal project - 2014
Lost pitch about Marijuana legalization in Colorado state - 2014
For the November 2015 issue of Errratum.
Personnal project - 2014
Personnal project - 2014