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The World is Mine - Jeremy Combot

200.00
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The World is Mine - Jeremy Combot

200.00

Original Artwork.

Ink, pen and watercolor on paper (180g/m2).

21 x 29.7cm. Unframed. 

Shipped from Paris, France by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity included.

ABOUT JEREMY COMBOT
Jeremy Combot is a young French fashion illustrator living by the sea. He is a self taught artist, guided by passion. His work could be described as a mixture of crazy colors, Fashion, 90's and Pop culture. Being a kid of the 90's, he is inspired by this period which he combines with modern trends. He is inspired by the Fashion world, in his own way and his work explores this link between beauty/trend and ugliness/kitsch. All of Jeremy's illustrations are handmade using inks, ProMarkers, very thin pens and watercolor, sometimes with the addition of collage or graphic lines on Photoshop. Jeremy doesn't live through his characters, he invents them from A to Z. Every line, every strand, every volume, every pattern that he draws on the paper is a step into their intimacy.

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Original Artwork.

Ink, pen and watercolor on paper (180g/m2).

21 x 29.7cm. Unframed. 

Shipped from Paris, France by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity included.

ABOUT JEREMY COMBOT
Jeremy Combot is a young French fashion illustrator living by the sea. He is a self taught artist, guided by passion. His work could be described as a mixture of crazy colors, Fashion, 90's and Pop culture. Being a kid of the 90's, he is inspired by this period which he combines with modern trends. He is inspired by the Fashion world, in his own way and his work explores this link between beauty/trend and ugliness/kitsch. All of Jeremy's illustrations are handmade using inks, ProMarkers, very thin pens and watercolor, sometimes with the addition of collage or graphic lines on Photoshop. Jeremy doesn't live through his characters, he invents them from A to Z. Every line, every strand, every volume, every pattern that he draws on the paper is a step into their intimacy.