Last thursday was Joy Cho’s book party at West Elm. She showed the trailer and there was some little props I made for display.
(Photo of my paper truck by The little Hiccups!)
I enjoyed the delicious mini marshmallow chocolate cookie sandwiches! A lot!
Joy also asked me to create a backdrop for a smilebooth. I made a giant version of the paper pie truck i did for the book trailer, with paper pies, sunglasses, speach bubbles…I think people had a lot of fun with it! Including me and Anais!!!
This is us after we installed it!
And here is Joy wearing a fabulous outfit as usual.
It was also very nice to see Meg mateo Ilasco who I worked with last year on Craft Inc. book trailer and the winter issue of Anthology magazine.
I just got back from the theater where I saw Moonrise Kingdom! As a huge fan of The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic and the others, I’ve been looking forward to watching this one! And like expected, Wes Anderson worked his magic once again! The poetic and fun story, the acting, the soundtrack and ohhh mon dieu the set design! I love the vintage look, all the details in the scout uniforms with the adorable patches and the tents and boats…so many cute details to look at. This really makes me want to work for set/costume design even more and inspires me a lot for my next illustrations.
If you haven’t seen it already, don’t wait another minute!
Here is the neighborhood paper poster I’ve been working on last week commissioned by Jennifer as a gift to her friend who live in Cole Valley! They live on Frederick street in the grey house and have a dog called Lucy!
I managed to take a quick photo before Jennifer came to pick it up. Of course Maggie wanted to be in the picture.
If you too want a poster of your neighborhood, feel free to contact me at email@example.com. I’d be happy to discuss it with you.
I am now represented by the parisian agency Virginie among other very talented illustrators such as Pénélope Bagieu, Serge Bloch, Margaux Motin…! I am really excited!
Even on sale I couldn’t afford the real one, so I am making them out of paper…who knows, maybe one day they will transform into leather and glitter!
Looking for fun and colorful Christmas ornaments? Don’t look any further! Take a look at those awesome balls by Pantone!
How cool are these? I have to get some for my studio! And you can buy them here.