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Floc’h, French purveyor extraordinaire of extremely pure ligne claire art, has added a new gem to his long-running oeuvre. For Tout de suite, maintenant, the new film of French director Pascal Bonitzer, out in June, Floc’h created the poster and … Continue reading
The January, 2011 issue of French venerable magazine Les Cahiers Du Cinéma sports a gorgeous cover by illustrator Floc’h, featuring the likenesses of the directors and characters connected with the most eagerly awaited films of 2011. Amongst those, quite surprisingly, … Continue reading
French ligne claire genius Floc’h illustrating a story by Haruki Murakami in the New Yorker, May 2, 2005. (for Basil at L’Homme Dans La Foule)
It’s always a pleasure seeing new, interesting blogs pop up about ephemeral aspects of comics. With L’Homme Dans La Foule, blogger Basil Sedbuk tries to trace the quite voluminous output of French artist Floc’h outside the confines of comics : … Continue reading