REVUE XXI current issue 23

We have just illustrated a reportage for the beautiful quarterly French magazine "REVUE XXI" N.23. The current issue 23, Summer 2013 is distributed from June 27 in bookstores and cultural areas (Relay, Virgin, Fnac, Cultura...) in France and abroad. The title of the story is "la petite « chipette »" written by Journalist and Writer Sylvie Caster. The story tells about a crime happened in France. The victim is a little girl named Typhaine. It is a reportage very powerful and disturbing.

Read more...

We are the Winners of the Victoria & Albert Museum Illustration Awards Best Book 2013

We’re honored to have been named the Winners of the the V&A Illustration Awards - best book - for our illustrations for “Eugene Onegin” by Alexander Pushkin, published by the Folio Society, London 2012. The 2013 V&A Illustration Awards Ceremony was held on 3rd June at the famous London museum.

Read more...

"Too-Clever Fox" for Tor.com

This illustration accompanies the folk tale titled The Too-Clever Fox by LEIGH BARDUGO, published on June 4 on the website Tor.com "In Ravka, just because you avoid one trap, it doesn't mean you’ll escape the next. This story is a companion folk tale to Leigh Bardugo’s novel, Siege and Storm, the second book in the Grisha Trilogy, out now from Henry Holt and Co"

Read more...

New promotional book "An earth that nourishes"

New promotional book "An earth that nourishes. Conversations about organic agriculture with…" Great scientists, artists, scholars, businessmen and politicians imagine a sustainable future as they speak about organic agriculture. The publication has been produced for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the birth of the CCBP consortium of Organic Produits Social Cooperative founded in 1988. Please see the gallery on portfolio graphic!

Read more...

New illustrated book 2013 "Beowulf", an Old English heroic epic poem

Our latest picture book "Beowulf" retold by Robert Hill, has been published by Black Cat and now it's on sale online blackcat-cideb.com. We made ​​the cover and 13 full-page color illustrations. You can view a selection directly in our gallery painterly. Beowulf is the title of an Old English heroic epic poem set in Scandinavia, commonly cited as one of the most important works of Anglo-Saxon literature. The events described in the poem take place in the late 5th century, after the Anglo-Saxons had begun their migration to England, and before the beginning of the 7th century, a the time when the Anglo-Saxon

Read more...

We illustrated the op-page of the NY Times Sunday Review

We illustrated the opinion page of the New York Times Sunday Review published: 31 March 2013. The title of the Sunday Dialog is: Choosing How We Die. Should it be legal for doctors to help end dying patients’ lives? About our artwork, the topic is very sensitive and complex. We have chosen a spiritual interpretation. The hand suggests the presence of a medical aid. The patient's body is freed from the pipes that block him. The body is dematerialized in the sky. He find a way out…"In this modern world, millions of us will live for two or three years with a condition that ultimately kills us;

Read more...

Suffolk University show: "Illustration: At Your Service!"

The Illustration Program at the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University in Boston brings together top illustrators from the United States, Canada and Italy for an invitational exhibit titled "Contemporary Illustration: At Your Service" at the University’s Adams Gallery, from March 16 through April 28, 2013. We were invited to this exhibition and we will be present with an illustration "red wall" part of book: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, Folio Society 2012. Among Artists are Istvan Banyai, John Cuneo, Allesandro Gottardo from Europe (Italy), Bill Mayer, Anita Kunz, Steve Brodner, Nathan Fox, Mel Odom.... 

Read more...