Philippe Grimaud uses the techniques from his career in advertising to create his art. His medium of choice: digital. It allows him to explore his creative universe without constraint or limitation. The results? Amazing, bright and colourful pop art. Always with an edge.

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ABOUT PHILIPPE GRIMAUD

Philippe Grimaud is a French artist who lives and works in Nantes, France. After obtaining a degree in Fine Arts and working as a publishing assistant at an "underground" magazine, he made a career as a designer for one of Paris' biggest advertising agencies. Philippe eventually chose to leave the capital and settled in Nantes to devote himself more to his own creativity and work.

PHILIPPE'S STYLE AND ART

Philippe Grimaud uses the techniques from his career in advertising to create his art. His medium of choice: digital. It allows him to explore his creative universe without constraint or limitation. This limitless exploration of his creative mind drives him towards a lot of different styles and themes. In his work you will find pop references, allusions to B-series, the 60's, 70's all the way towards the Italian renaissance. Philippe is also inspired by some of the great masters of pop art. In his work you can find hints of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichenstein, Tom Wesselmann, James Rosenquist and Allan Jones.

WHY A "GRIMAUD" MIGHT BE THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU

Philippe Grimaud's work is hard not to spot. He offers work that is bright, contemporary and colourful. Always with an edge. In his own words:

"I conceive a work of art as an idea, a feeling, and not as method or process. My work is personal. For me the most important thing is capturing that idea, because without an idea there is no image."

His work, due to the mixture of pop influences, 60's and 70's and the overall use of bright and powerful colours, looks amazing in any modern decor. Also, his work always has an edge. Some of his work you might call outright sexy and provocative. However you want to phrase it, his art will be talked about.

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