illustrated portrait of comic art promoter Francoise Mouly by Claire Rollet

Portrait of Francoise Mouly

Portrait of the iconic Francoise Mouly who established and has been prominent in the recognition of comics as a serious art form. She is the art editor of the New Yorker magazine

About Claire
Expressive, original hand-drawn illustration of wonderful architecture and urban scenery is the forte of Brighton-based artist Claire Rollet, whose output also includes maps, portraits, instructional drawings and more. Although her creations are detailed and intricate, they’re loose and individual enough to create their own vibe and that’s what excites her clients.
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