Clo‘e Floirat is our new illustrator from Paris. She loves to capture people‘s everyday life in cheerful pictures. She also animates her illustrations with a funny idea. Her client list includes Longchamp, Hermès, the Louvre, l‘Officiel Art, art press, Monocle, The New York Times and The New Yorker. And now Clo'e is looking forward to working with agencies and publishers in Germany.
Discover her work in our Portfolio!
Portrait photo: René Habermacher
© Clo'e Floirat
Anton Hallmann likes to work in a 50s aesthetic, such as in his illustration »Children in Rome«.
© Anton Hallmann
Gold for our illustrator Francesco Bongiorni! For his illustrations in the book »Atlante dei luoghi misteriosi dell'Antichità« (Atlas of mysterious places of the ancient world) Francesco was honored by the Society of Illustrators in New York in early May. The book has 160 pages, 30 of them with large-format illustrations. It is the second atlas that Francesco has published with author Massimo Polidoro at Bompiani in Italy. The two are now looking for a home in Germany for their book. Publishers are welcome! We will be happy to send information material.
© Francesco Bongiorni
Why do we love to be afraid? asks the French literary magazine LE 1 des libraires, exclusively publishing Stephen King's »Scene II. A Bedroom in the Wee Hours of the Morning.« It tells about a young couple, who travels to the famous Overlook Hotel in 1929. But something weird is going on there. The story is considered a prequel to »The Shining.«
© Emmanuel Polanco
Luca Boscardin designs logo and illustrations on storefront, T-shirts, aprons and shopper for »Pizzicàrola«, a new organic grocery store in Rome.
© Luca Boscardin
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