ARTAZART - Brice Postma

Éditions Michel Lagarde -

Format 30 x 30 cm.

20,00

Brice Postma Uzel celebrates the 20th anniversary of Artazart!

Multi-talented artist, graphic designer, illustrator and silkscreen painter, Brice is also working on publishing projects for children. He presents his summery and playful vision of the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin in front of Artazart, for our 20th anniversary.

 

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Brice Postma

Brice Postma is a graphic designer, an illustrator, a painter and a silkscreen printer.
Sometimes all these activities telescope in his head, he is lost, he does not know where to turn. Tears are liberating, so Brice cries a lot, curls up in a corner of his studio and there, as if recharged, he comes to his senses and stakhanovizes, he paints in the morning, creates virtual brushes at noon, prints in the early afternoon and draws polar bears or maybe penguins from the end of the day until the evening.