Image Republic: Featured Artists
Tixier's irreverent universe was inspired by the French, Belgian and Dutch characters. He unhesitatingly adopted their “clear line” style of drawing, one defined by his precise lines, his strong colors and his wide cast of characters. His work has already won favor with the prestigious New York Times, Vanity Fair, Hermès, Kenzo to name a few.
Antoine Corbineau is a multidisciplinary french designer. Using a rich range of mediums and techniques, Antoine creates beautifully busy patchworks of texture, imagery and creative typography.
Giriat mixes painting, collage, pictures and pixels to create vivid images that illustrate anything ranging from fashion to psychology, and from politics to children’s books. Gifted with a big visual appetite, he loves to travel with his pencils and stylist highlighter pens, and frequently commutes between Paris, New York, Hamburg and Berlin.
As its name suggests, this Parisian studio works with four hands. At the controls, Albéric and Léopoldine, both excelling in the art of flat design, a geometric, colorful and minimalist style. Their sources of inspiration are multiple, design and architecture, objects and iconic brands.