Working as a freelance illustrator since 2010, Ëlodie developed her own realistic and poetic style. Although she prefers using traditional techniques, she enjoys experimenting with new ones regularly to try and inject more soul into her illustrations. Ëlodie is fascinated by fashion and also gets inspiration from the nostalgic universe of her childhood.
Ëlodie presents us 3 new creations; the first one is an illustration of the movie Romeo + Juliet of 1996 realized for the exhibition 20 years later in Gallery1988 in Los Angeles which took place last July. The second is an illustration based on the movie Lolita de Stanley Kubrick of 1962. And the third one, an illustration of the Trianon of Versailles in the Christmas time.
Madame Figaro magazine
This summer, it's Ëlodie that has been chosen to illustrate 4 episodes of new short stories published in Madame Figaro French magazine. Here is a preview of the first 2 episodes. On the beach, in the mountains or in your hammock, enjoy each week a new illustrated story. Thanks to Madame Figaro team for this great collaboration!
Competition for cosmetic brand campaign
Here are the gorgeous tryouts Ëlodie created as part as a competition for a cosmetic brand campaign. The brief consisted in representing an active woman in different situations of her everyday life: at the office, going to the club at night, on a shopping spree, on dates, at the gym, etc…a woman can be many women at once!
La Marelle Éditions and Ëlodie's boutique
Ëlodie presents us a series of three illustrations created for La Marelle Éditions, with whom she has collaborated for several years. You may have saw Ëlodie's illustrated objects in France or abroad in more than 40 countries. During the Salon de l'Objet in Paris, the professionals have had the chance to see exclusively the new products. Ëlodie also has an online store where you can purchase little wonders; iPhone cases, bags, notebooks, folders, notebooks recipe, and even original illustrations... You must bookmark Ëlodie's boutique in your favorites.