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The tortuous way to express what you are really thinking

posted on April 16th 2013 in Drawing & Illustration & Inspiration with 0 Comments

Expressing what you think in a language that is not your mother tongue creates sometimes leads to embarrassing situations. Sometimes, some words can lead to a completely different meaning to what you had in mind. This struggle between what one thinks and what one says is what the British language school wanted to communicate in a series of illustrated panels to promote English courses.

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Mixing punk, vintage culture of the 30s, Victorian style & European barocco with Ciou

posted on November 26th 2012 in Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

Ciou, born in Toulouse in 1981, succeeded to gain a relevant place in the world of contemporary pop art and lowbrow at a very young age. Suspended between dream and nightmare, her paintings consist of a base made of a collage of old papers, taken from old medical books, dictionaries, and nature manuals, where she uses acrylic and ink, creating her own personal mixed media.

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