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Arty Friday 2021: 10 Young Illustrators You Need to Know
Artstyle 23 Nov 2021

Arty Friday 2021: 10 Young Illustrators You Need to Know

Works selected for the Arty Friday painting collection

Black Friday is now Arty Friday… for a year as artistic as it is eco-responsible!

For this exceptional moment, Artsper has worked hand-in-hand with the talent agency MTArt, created by Marine Tanguy, to introduce you to 10 young contemporary artists every day! Today, we roll out the red carpet for artists who work in drawing. If these works blow you away, you can use the code ARTYFRIDAY21 to get a 5% discount on the entire Artsper website, through November 29th, 2021.

Whether in ink, gouache, watercolor, pen or pencil, drawing is a noble graphic art which is at the basis of all artistic training. Here are 10 works to celebrate the plurality and the richness of these young illustrators’ talent… 

1. Pauline Di Valentin

Pauline Di Valentin draws flamboyant landscapes in pastel tones in her ink drawings. Stroll through her imaginary scenes where marbled architecture and abundant vegetation will bring you an air of renewal…

Pauline Di Valentin, Python, 2020, available on Artsper

2. Enaer

The dynamic and spontaneous works of Enaer give life to anonymous characters with raw and graphic features. The artist’s talent for graffiti is clear in her inspiring urban drawings.

Enaer, A la ligne 3, 2021, available on Artsper

3. Eleonore Deshayes

Éléonor Deshayes captures the shapes, patterns and textures encountered during her travels and then transcribes them onto paper. A new universe is then revealed, with fragments of landscape, as if it had been a decor created from scratch…

Éléonore Deshayes, Dessin 47, série Carnet de voyage, 2021, available on Artsper

4. Alice de Miramon

Let yourself be surprised by the talent and imagination of Alice de Miramon! Her representations of women through the jungle and dreamlike worlds are a real invitation to travel… and will lull you into a nonchalant tranquility.

Alice de Miramon, La marche lente, 2021, available on Artsper

5. Gabrielle Rul

Through her delicate and enchanting drawings, Gabrielle Rul transports us to a dreamlike world from which emerges a feeling of hope and sincere melancholy. Follow the adventure of her thoughtful and endearing characters…

Gabrielle Rul, Le sommeil, 2021, available on Artsper

6. Jéko

Jéko expresses in color his emotions, his memories and his desires. His work, done with colored and spontaneous pencils, retraces an almost childlike universe but a sobering thought!

Jéko, Portrait #2, 2020, available on Artsper

7. Ji-Yun

What do you see, hybrid objects or abstract forms? Whatever your interpretation, these works show an incredible harmony! Influenced by the principle of Yin and Yang, Ji-Yun builds her work around an unparalleled balance.

Ji-Yun, Sans titre21, 2019, available on Artsper

8. Liz West

The multidisciplinary artist Liz West plays with colors to provoke heightened sensory awareness in her viewers. Don’t hesitate to visit the MTArt gallery to experience her works between dance and light.

Liz West, A Subjective Mix, 2018, available on Artsper

9. Milena Ferreira

Combining engraving and collage, Milena Ferreira revisits the aesthetics of the ruin as a place of memory and urban scene. These poetic compositions will take you on an exploration of the here and the elsewhere…

Milena Ferreira, Textura é sentimento, 2021, available on Artsper

10. Emanuele Ravagni

Emanuele Ravagni‘s artistic universe explores a variety of immeasurable elements, but always seeks to connect the formless with visually recognizable forms. Let your eyes get lost in his fascinating work.

Emanuele Ravagnani, Self-Portrait #4 , 2017, available sur Artsper

Though our Arty Friday drawing selection ends here, you can further discover our selections of artists for painting and photography

The Artsper x MTArt Arty Friday weekend closes tomorrow, so keep an eye out for our final selection!

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