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I'm a french freelance illustrator impassioned by shapes and colors. I currently work with American roleplaying game publishers like Mongoose, Peryton and Fantasy Flight Games. I also illustrate for Knowledge Arcana, the online magazine of Wizard of the Coast, and for the Heros Dei card game. In France, I collaborated with Dragon magazine and D20, and worked as an art director for Multimondes.

If the eclecticism of my illustrations is surprising, it is because my search for an aesthetic ideal helps to enrich and diversify my style. When I take my brushes to the fabric, I use vitality and depth to underline the paradoxes of the human drama.

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Current Issue
17 Jan 2022

The land burns so hot and high tonight that Let can see its orange glow even from the heart of The City of Birds. It burns so thick she can taste the whole year’s growth of leaves and branches on her lips. It burns so fast she can almost hear the deer and cottontails scream as flames outrun them and devour them whole.
I writhe in bed with fever, chills, chatters and shivers. The near becomes far as the far comes close.
No one gets married before going to space.
Wednesday: Unity by Elly Bangs 
Friday: The Cabinet by Un-Su Kim, translated by Sean Lin Halbert 
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