After Druillet became a regular contributor to the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Pilote in , his Lone Sloane saga grew steadily more flamboyant, as he pursued innovations including bold page designs and computer-generated images. My familial origins spread in the South-Western part of France, from Gers and Toulouse to Bayonne, and as in any family when you climb up the genealogical tree you find everything: I never shared his ideas, though. Apolline Etienne April 2, I was a true fan of Pilote , but something was wrong: He was also involved with the renovation and the architecture of the Parissien Porte de la Villette subway station.
After Druillet became a regular contributor to the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Pilote inhis Lone Sloane saga grew steadily more flamboyant, as he pursued innovations including bold page designs and computer-generated images.
I would copy Flash Gordon, everything I saw. He was also involved with the renovation and the architecture of the Parissien Porte de la Villette subway station. I devoured the german Expressionists Series and books by Philippe Druillet in stock in the Lambiek Webshop: He worked as a designer on the film, Sorcerer directed by William Friedkin in When I was 4 or 5 I begun sketching and drawing, and our neighbours, the friends of my father and mother said: A fan of science fiction and comics, his favourite writers were H.
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Philippe Druillet — Illustrator’s Lounge
My family was not particularly educated so the access to books and culture meant sacrifices In andhe drew ‘La Nuit’, a cry of revolt after the death of his wife, that was driullet in Rock and Folk. Get a recap of the month’s inspiration in your inbox. Dionnet, Druillet and Moebius.
Salammbo At the end of the s, Druillet began expanding his activities and his focus became multimedia. I reflected on my childhood in Druilleet recently: Your name appears on the cover.
Manu Larcenet January 14, A hand-drawn reproduction of a “Flash Gordon” strip by young Druillet At the end of the s, Druillet began expanding his activities and his focus became multimedia.
And Druillet does the cover of the 6th issue in His backdrops of gigantic structures inspired by Art NouveauIndian temples and Gothic cathedrals earned him the nickname of “space architect”. I guess you can find them on the web today I grow a bit tougher, a punk in the pictures. Sign up for our newsletter.
I grew up with this stuff: What are your socio-cultural origins? Druillet, now focused on fine arts, still remains just as innovative as when he began 50 years ago.
It was a tremendous thrill. He has created bronze sculpture and worked in animation, producing the film ‘Le Clone’ in Bornin Toulouse, France. Experimenting with film, photography and painting, Philippe Druillet remains an innovative artist.
He designed gigantic structures, inspired by Art Nouveau, Indian temples, and Gothic cathedrals. He had something of the mage, of the visionnary Druillet spent the first eight years of his life in Figueiras, Spain. I was crazy about novels, drawings, BD, cinema.