ALSACE - Sophie Brice

Signed and numbered. On order.

Black and white serigraphy. Format 30x40 cm.

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Sophie has another passion: travel. A passion that has allowed her to nourish her aesthetic sensibility and to refine her taste for lines and shapes. She has decided to turn this passion into a collection.

Each of his travels is therefore the subject of a graphic interpretation translating a keen sense of observation. Each drawing is an invitation to travel, of course, but also to Art. For Sophie has an eye for detail. Everything is meticulously thought out to fit together and reflect the essence of the city or country illustrated.

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Sophie Brice

Sophie Brice is passionate about typography, paper and travel. In 2015, she discovered Amsterdam and its unique architecture. But where many are subjugated by the colorful facades, she sees the lines that intertwine. Fascinated by the symmetry of the buildings, she drew her first silkscreen.

From then on, each trip will be the object of a graphic interpretation translating a sharp sense of observation. Everything is meticulously thought out to fit together and reflect the very essence of the city or country illustrated.