Beautiful Illustrations by Marguerite Sauvage

Marguerite Sauvage's style is captivating and fun. As soon as I saw some of her new series "flower women" I knew I had to sort through her portfolio and put together a post for you guys. I love the black line drawings full of splashes of fun color. Here is what her bio has to say...

Based in Paris, Marguerite Sauvage has worked since 2001 as an illustrator, art director and animator creating chic modern illustrations that capture the lifestyle of today's trendsetters. She quickly seduced titles such as Elle and rapidly exported her work overseas in various field in press and publishing. With illustration that is stylish yet accessible, she has been in demand with prominent advertising and corporate clients including PlayStation, Apple, Marshall Fields, Motorola or Orange. Her work has been published and exposed in a number of books on various topics relating to art and design. Everyday life is probably her biggest source of inspiration. "Happiness and anti-stress: I just want to make things prettier." Marguerite's animation work has touched on both series and character design as well as commercial animation applications such as short films, web and commercials.

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Nathan Weller