29.04.09 by Jeff

Véronique Meignaud

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Fantastic sketches by Véronique Meignaud aka Marmotte. Paris.


Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

Véronique Meignaud illustration illustrator Marmotte

I’m not too into fantasy/game art which is why I like her sketches most, but the colours in this last one are gorgeous – I had to include it.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Amazing work!

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  • Don

    Holy jeez totally reminds me of the automatic drawings of Austin Osman Spare. Amazing!

  • looks very much like Moebius/Jean Giraud Giro, the french illustrator…cool works

  • Im in love O__O

  • Your illustrations are really lively, you have your own world and i totally get into it! It’s even better when you add colors. Your last works on Booooooom are really amazing, the colors are well chosen, multifaceted and electric!!! Great job.





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