From dreams to artworks: an artwork to illustrate the concept to 33 high-profile potential investors, each of the symbols in the hair evoking something personal about dreams or creativity to each o them.

          Dreame is a start-up that was first dedicated to illustrate people's dreams. I am a lucid dreamer, and have always been in an intimate relationship with dreams, so it's really nice. Over the years, I came back to my prefered style, a Moebiusy outlined magic with much colours and textures.
          The first dream art below was for an article on Noisey (VICE's music news), based on an anymous messed up dream following the Glastonbury Music Festival: "I was trying to ride a missile in the sky but it wasn’t working out for me. The missile looked like one that sticks out of Doctor N. Gin’s head in Crash Bandicoot and I was struggling to hold on for what felt like ages. Eventually I fell off and tumbled toward the city - which was purple, and made out of Playstation One graphics" - I took the liberty of going for a grey Super Nintendo mode 7 city.
My work with Dreame started with a focus on a surreal, minimal and luminous flow, crystallising the ethereal and fuzzy fabric of dreams into eerie pieces of art.

For a start-up called Saillog: user-shared data enabling farmers to share extremely quickly potent ways to protect themselves from new pests and other threats.

金継ぎ Kintsugi: an auctioned piece to help former prostitutes to heal themselves and get out of prostitution, a very moving project.

Going out of style for the first time, with something closer to psychedelic era illustrations and Moebius (Jean Giraud), for Wil Kristin's late hippie father's wise words: "Sometimes, it's OK to just be."
About Elon Musk and terraforming Mars using bacterias (also, the need to restore Mars' magnetic field)

Illustrating with much research someone from Spotify's favourite track: The Headhunters' "Watermelon Man"

Inspiration is David Bowie's "Sound And Vision", making me go out of my usual style
Initial study on this kind of dreamy liquid style

A family dream

A company's work space's core elements with a cubist twist, enclosed within the logo's triangle "A". More polygonal works here.

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