I’ve started this blog 7 years ago because I needed a way to share and develop my creative work and personal thought. It actually helped me define the next version of myself.
The chicken is back in the kitchen for a double celebration.
Hi there, it’s pretty much time for an update on the future of this blog! Soon.
But right now it’s time for the Olexandratron! The little mission I’ve accepted about 10 days ago was to write the long version of my wife’s name – Olexandra – (there is a short version but I was up for a challenge) by dedicating the next 9 Charactrons to each letter.
Finally a bit of news on the illustration side with a tribute to all the sheep of the world (and especially the world of Wales), and all the famous people keeping quoting those fantastic animals (or pet if you really like them).
Time for this delicious November tradition again! This year a fluffy bear-phone garnished with golden apples and saucissons made it to celebrate the birthday of my amazing Miss S.
Here is a mashup of a serie of illustrations I’ve done for L’Appero Night, the “night” version of L’Appero, the Parisian app-éritif delivery service I’ve worked for earlier this year. The concept is a bit different as focused on making your own cocktails with an incredibly sexy box that contains everything to do so. Head over https://lappero.com to pimp up your eve.
My blog hasn’t been deserted!
And to start this long awaited catch-up, here is one of my recent attempt to get involved in my local Welsh lands: I’ve illustrated the cover for the Summer 2013 issue of Penarth View, a magazine promoting local businesses in Penarth and Cardiff.
I’ve recently been commissioned to illustrate the food products and various visuals for L’appero, an upcoming and rather sexy apéritif delivery service launching in Paris in April 2013.
It has been almost three years since I’ve done this illustration of Django Reinhardt having a break playing guitar to focus on fishing, and I always wanted to give it a follow up.