Full name

Lucie Arnoux

Title

Illustrator

Location

London, UK

Blurb

Lucie Arnoux is a London-based Illustrator whose work explores the notions of interactivity and play through intricate and colourful compositions.

Biography

Lucie left her native South of France in 2011 to sketch around in London. She graduated from Kingston University in Illustration and Animation in 2013, and has since been working for a variety of clients.
Along with the monthly publication of her comics in the magazine Lanfeust since 2011, she has illustrated two children books for Pushkin Press and been Artist in Residence for Sidmouth Folkweek, the International Youth Arts Festival, Womad's world music festival and the Rose Theatre. She recently worked under the direction of Tony-nominated designer Tim Bird, bringing The Wind in the Willows to the stage. She is presently working on projects in France as well as the UK.

Read an interview with Lucie here :
https://debitoor.com/blog/interview-lucie-arnoux-illustrations

"A fabulously talented designer and creative. Responsive, professional and continually produces engaging and charming work of the highest quality."
Robin Hutchison MBE

"Lucie is a talented illustrator and delightful creative person to work with. Having roped her into theatre projects, I can say that she is able to apply her considerable skills to multiple disciplines, working both as an individual artist and collaborative team member."
Tim Bird

"Lucie is a greatly talented author whose pages we have published each month for more that five years. We appreciate her regularity as well as her growing success amongst our readers."
Christophe Arleston

"Lucie, c'est pas rien, c'est beaucoup plus qu'un peu. Yakavouarre."
Claude Ponti

Education

BA(hons) Illustration & Animation

Kingston University

Kingston upon Thames, GB · September 2011 – June 2014

Foundation

E.P.S.A.A.

Paris, France · September 2010 – June 2011

Clients

International Youth Arts Festival Lanfeust Magazine Parque das Aves Preliminal Games Propability Pushkin Press Riverside Edge Rose Theatre Sidmouth Folkweek Timothy Bird Studio Womad Uk 59 Productions

Elsewhere