About Antoine
Born in 1990, Antoine Duruflé grew up in Paris. In his studies, he went through the famous illustration section of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. Yet his work is closer today to the field of painting. Color is an integral part of his pictorial identity. The attraction for this one, was revealed by its practice of the image printed in screen-printing workshop. She carries it gradually in a surreal nature, which blurs the clear lines of the illustration. The fictional universe that he builds tightly binds him to the realm of music that calls him to create visuals close to a certain fantasy and a utopian world.
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Current city: Paris
Born in 1990, Antoine Duruflé grew up in Paris. In his studies, he went through the famous illustration section of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. Yet his work is closer today to the field of painting. Color is an integral part of his pictorial identity. The attraction for this one, was revealed by its practice of the image printed in screen-printing workshop. She carries it gradually in a surreal nature, which blurs the clear lines of the illustration. The fictional universe that he builds tightly binds him to the realm of music that calls him to create visuals close to a certain fantasy and a utopian world.
 

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