Since its creation, the printing workshop - Imagerie d’Épinal has collaborated extensively with renowned artists from around the globe. Some have had the opportunity to be present and see their creations appear before their eyes.
Here are some artists who have worked with the printing workshop - Imagerie since it was taken over in 2014.
- Zoé THOURON, has made 35 creations with the help of the printing workshop – Imagerie. She was trained at ESAL (School of Art in Lorraine) and joined the creative team at the Imagerie in 2015. Zoé works mainly on contemporary commissions and comics. Her works are available in the shop at the Imagerie.
- Serge BLOCH has created 30 works in collaboration with the printing workshop - Imagerie. He is a cartoonist, renowned for publishing the famous children's book series "Max and Lili". He also works with some American dailies such as the Washington Post or the New York Times. With the Imagerie d’Épinal, Serge Bloch has created a large series of illustrations called "Sage comme une Image” (Quiet as a mouse), available in the form of prints, posters, mugs or bags.
- Simon BAILY has made 30 creations in collaboration with the printing workshop - Imagerie. Having graduated from ESAL, he became a graphic designer and illustrator and offers original creations with a bit of sarcasm. He produced a number of drawings for the Imagerie, including a fresco inspired by the Napoleonic campaign in Egypt. You can find his creations in the form of medium and large posters in the shop at the Imagerie.
Clod is a French illustrator who has made 13 creations in collaboration with the printing workshop – Imagerie. He produces illustrations for the press, editions and also for comics. With the Imagerie d’Épinal, he created a series of prints on crafts, intended for a younger audiences.
Førtinem is a duet of artists who have created series of drawings on fantastic creatures, the legend of Saint Nicolas and the seven capital sins for the printing workshop – Imagerie d’Épinal. Their creations as prints, posters and maps are available in the shop at the Imagerie.
Clara MARI has 11 creations in collaboration with the printing workshop –Imagerie d’Épinal. She is a French graphic designer and illustrator, who graduated from the Beaux-Arts. In her creations, she mixes art and design to bring out a source of inspiration. With the Imagerie she created a board illustrating 220 years of different female underwear. Her creations are on sale in the shop at the Imagerie in the form of postcards and posters.
You can find the other artists who have collaborated with the printing workshop – Imagerie d’Épinal on the following site: https://www.imagesdepinal.com/artistes