The other day we were in Paris for an interesting project we will talk about soon. Walking around town without any particular goal in mind is the best thing I did to find inspirational themes for my illustrations. Of course I was looking at classic venues like the Tour Eiffel, the Seine and the recently reopened Chanel shop on Rue Cambon.
I took my sketchbook with me and while wandering around I made some sketches, took some shots and had the chance to create some artwork at my former school, Parsons Paris, 45 Rue Saint-Roche.
When I went to school there for my freshman year many years ago, the school was still small and near La Motte Piquet. That has changed but the vibrant atmosphere of an art school is still there and you can’t imagine a better place to study art than Paris.
The city makes it easy to be creative. Just think of the many exhibitions, parks, boulevards and beautiful buildings.
Today you can order my limited Editions ( 10 /10 ) Giclee Fine Art print on Hahnemühle mould-made paper (308g/m²), using 8-color, archival fade resistant pigmented ink. durability 200 years. The print is signed by me and numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity.