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Axelle studied graphic art design at Esag Penninghen. Inspired by her final projet at the end of her studies, Axelle published a pop-up book for children named “Inventions”.
For Charlotte, it is because "images exist thanks to people" that she says that her works are made to give and receive. Her colourful illustrations and resolutely graphic forms are inspired by Matisse, the Art et Déco movement and pop culture.
Graduated of ESAG Penninghen in 2013, Marine is a graphic designer, artistic director and illustrator. She distils her pop and hypercoloured style on all types of media.
Marylou's playful work is easily recognizable by a vibrant colour palette and her quirky style. She expresses herself best when drawing female forms and advocates equal rights for all.
Her illustrations often include sentences, puns and her favourite animal, the wolf. She has been nominated as the growing talent by Stratégie magazine in 2016.