Delphine Lebourgeois

Delphine is a French illustrative artist known for her multimedia approach that combines techniques such as digital work, collage, pen, watercolour and screenprinting. Drawing from a rich and varied pool of influences - from Renaissance icon Botticelli to comic book illustration - Delphine blends together high and low culture to form a playful and vibrant aesthetic.

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We love how Delphine places such importance on the art of storytelling, with her compelling characters often promoting a feminist rhetoric. Her strong female figures investigate themes of female solidarity, strength and empowerment, reimagining the female nude in art discourse.

Delphine has received degrees in Fine Art at the Ecole National des Beaux Arts in Lyon, France, and Communication Design at Central St. Martins, London. Since graduating, Delphine has enjoyed great success, collaborating with the likes of Le Monde, The New Yorker, Soho House, The Guardian and The Other Art Fair. Several of her works were featured in the 2019 release of the EA video game Need For Speed Heat, and her work has been exhibited worldwide in places such as Singapore, New York, Hong Kong, and Paris. In 2010, Delphine received the Images 29 Critics Award.

We’ve been working with Delphine Lebourgeois since 2017.

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