Léa Maupetit

Graduated in 2015 from a Typographic Design master at ECV, Léa Maupetit is a young illustrator who lives and works in Paris.

She creates with gouache and acrylic a colorful, joyful and humorous universe where dogs, doves and elephants with glasses smile at life. The café terraces and markets resound with the echoes of precious moments and the sun shines on nature and its fruits...

Lea exhibited at Artazart, "A Colorful Spring" in 2018.

Gaspard De Lalune

Gaspard de Lalune, was born in 1876 in Bordeaux. He began his career as an artist in 1898 and would have participated in the DADA movement before the surrealist discord. Author and thinker, he makes plans on the comet to escape the gravity of life by means of word games, approximations deliberately absurd. Mixing engravings and typographies, he has for ambition to revolutionize the way of thinking of the society of the time. He panache with poetry, humor and incandescent aesthetics. Often with his head in the moon and his eyebrow raised, he nevertheless keeps his feet on the ground, he likes croissants and says "chocolatine".
He is one of those who fight for the best and for laughter. Not an alcoholic for a drunk, he takes advantage of the time that passes like an epicurean desperately seeking a meaning to life knowing full well that life has no meaning...

Artazart exhibited "Down to Earth" in 2018.

Julien Pacaud

Strongly influenced by cinema (he studied film at the Louis Lumière School), Julien Pacaud is today considered as one of the masters of digital art. He composes surreal digital collages from a bank of old photos that he collects daily. Each of his creations is an invitation to a journey into parallel universes where the past and the future, the improbable and the impossible, the futile and the metaphysical meet...

Artazart exhibited "Our Separate Worlds" in 2018.