Bruno Mangyoku - Talkie Walkie
22 Jul 19 Bruno Mangyoku

Becouze

With a minimalist, almost cinematic approach to illustration coupled with his signature subtle use of color, thereby drawing our focus to the primary character in the image, Bruno Mangyoku signs a striking and impactful summer greeting card for the French accounting firm Becouze.

Jean-Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie
17 Jul 19 Jean-Michel Tixier

Rosé Posey

Delicate humor, a retro style instantly recognizable as “ligne claire” and a modern feel all converge in Jean-Michel Tixier’s work for the new rosé wine labels Rosé Posey.

Antoine Corbineau - Talkie Walkie
11 Jul 19 Antoine Corbineau

Icons of Hell

Antoine Corbineau’s portraits are on display all summer at the “Icons of Hell” exhibition in the House of California boutique in Nantes.

Thomas Cantoni - Talkie Walkie
09 Jul 19 Thomas Cantoni

Marseille

Sneak peek into one of Thomas Cantoni’s new projects …

Damien Florébert Cuypers - Talkie Walkie
05 Jul 19 Damien Florébert Cuypers

Grazia

Stylish with a healthy dose of poetic imagination – Damien Florébert Cuypers’ weekly illustrations in Grazia magazine are an endless source of inspiration.

Jules Le Barazer - Talkie Walkie
02 Jul 19 Jules Le Barazer

Télérama

Jules Le Barazer’s humorous take on the consumers’ quest for authenticity in a recent article for French magazine Télérama.

Laurent Duvoux - Talkie Walkie
28 Jun 19 Laurent Duvoux

Nimes s’illustre

The city of Nîmes in France is launching the “Nîmes s’illustre” festival today, which our very own Laurent Duvoux is taking part in. With an urban itinerary highlighting illustration as art, the project offers a creative and playful experience and a completely new way to discover the city, essentially turning it into a huge art gallery.

Antoine Corbineau - Talkie Walkie
27 Jun 19 Antoine Corbineau

Transfert

Monochrome perfection – this fantastic visual was created by Antoine Corbineau for Transfert, a culture and arts event space in Nantes, France.

Kim Roselier-Talkie Walkie
25 Jun 19 Kim Roselier

Les Echos Week-End

What kind of effects does technology have on us? Using a contemporary graphic and artistic approach, this series of illustrations by Kim Roselier in Les Echos Week-End depicts extreme situations such as self-sacrifice and burn-out, our addiction to social media and how the selfie eventually leads to the loss of any notion of real self.

Jeremy Schneider- Talkie Walkie
21 Jun 19 Jérémy Schneider

Mamie

Celebrity chef Jean Imbert’s new Parisian restaurant, Mamie, owes its captivating visual identity to Jérémy Schneider. Inspired by the meals he cooked every Sunday with his grandmother in the family home, Jean Imbert wanted to showcase the traditional local French cuisine of his childhood. Jérémy never fails to blow us away with his stunning illustrations and attention to detail.