Portraits from around the world, travel looks, faraway smiles…
“An illustration, it’s a bit like a drawing but with a name, which makes it sound more professional.
For example, in the margins of your schoolbooks, you draw pictures, not illustrations.
However, when you draw pictures to put in a book, they are called illustrations,
it’s the same thing, but it’s as if you had spent more time on it.
When you’re young, you’re told “Waow, you’re amazing at drawing!”
And once you’ve turned it into a job, you’re told “Waow… your illustrations are neat”…
In short, an illustration is like a drawing, but you sign it instead of forgetting it,
you sell it instead of giving it away and it gets framed instead of pinned down…
It’s a serious drawing, the drawing of an adult…
Did everyone get it, no one needs me to draw you a picture?!”
Travel diary Mauritania – 2018
Travel diary in Morocco – 2018
Some escapades in 2017
On the Breton coast
Six months of homelessness in India
Rajasthani woman carrying jugs (India 2014)
Two men in traditional lungis
Bombay, 22 million inhabitants
Elephants in Jaipur
On the banks of Varanasi
A few dancers
Africa sketchbook 2010/2012
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