Each of our collections is an opportunity to invite a host of artists to sublimate our collection theme. This is the case for 'Better Together', with 13 artists from different worlds and geographical areas.
Some are familiar faces with whom we've worked for many years, others more recent, but no matter the years, these collaborations are the very essence of the brand and it seemed important to us to highlight those in this collection.
Artist, illustrator and graphic designer based in Barcelona, he has set up his own graphic design and art direction studio. One of his passions is creating his own posters, using a colourful palette, simple shapes and a desire to convey joy in his creations.
Ellen de Bruijn is a Dutch illustrator based in Utrecht. She likes to illustrate lightly and uses lots of colour, bold and minimalist shapes, trying to create worlds. Her work is a mix of handmade elements and digital techniques.
CAMILLE DE CUSSAC
Camille de Cussac is a Paris-based illustrator who reigns supreme over a colourful, funny and deceptively naïve world, always set against a white background. Armed with her felt-tip pens, the illustrator serves up a menu of colours. Her inspirations are vast, drawing on everything she observes.
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Illustrator and graphic designer based in Nantes. His colourful, naïve and dreamlike world spans a wide range of genres (editorial, cultural, children's, textile graphics, etc.). He draws on pop culture to distil a touch of quirkiness and optimism into his work, using strong, colourful visuals.
Trained at the Paris School of Decorative Arts, he has developed his style around comics, cartoons, screen printing and engraving, while retaining the gouache and watercolour that have followed him since childhood. He creates infinite worlds through a melting-pot of inspirations.
A self-taught artist, he composes a graphic universe made up of symbols and ideograms that face each other, intertwine and respond to each other. On paper as on skin, on canvas as on wood, the artist arranges stories and allegories that it's up to each of us to appropriate and interpret.
A multidisciplinary artist, Maore Sagarzazu specialises above all in graphic design. Based in Hondarribia, in the Spanish Basque Country, the artist explores the relationship between colour and form, basing her work on abstract and organic silhouettes, with an expressive and intuitive eye.
Marie Weber is an illustrator/tattoo artist based in Paris. Her inspiration comes from everyday life, the things she sees, scenes that are absurd or simply beautiful in their simplicity. Her aim is to tell a story, to create characters with a history, in a world that is close to her everyday life.
Miles Tewson is an illustrator based in Bristol, UK. His work is characterised by the use of a palette of pastel colours. With his minimalist strokes, he captures moments and landscapes from which emanates an atmosphere of serenity.
Adèle Ferret is originally from Nantes. After training in Toulouse and Paris, she returned to her native region, where she worked in the stationery industry alongside her work as an illustrator. Her naive, minimalist illustrations are both funny and comforting.
As an illustrator, he naturally turned to graffiti and fresco painting. Pedro uses colour and form as the language of iconic poetry in a world populated by a bestiary straight out of his unconscious zoo. His work combines traditional painting techniques with spray painting.
Simon is based in Biarritz and divides his time between directing and illustrating. He has recently pared down his extensive range of styles to create simpler, more naive and narrative illustrations.
Describing himself as a naturalist, ornithologist, river watcher, illustrator, designer and painter, Wyatt Hersey captures the connection between man and nature in his work. Through a palette of simple yet powerful colours, he seeks to celebrate the power of life on earth.