Checking out our old files & posts from a long time ago we’ve realised what an awful lot of artists we’ve come across and barely dedicated a few lines. Like Rebecca Dautremer.
A French illustrator who’s been largely working in the book industry as well as the French animation industry …
“She attended classes in the ENSAD of Paris and got a degree in graphic edition in 1995. She afterwards became a graphic editor and illustrator. A few years ago, she started to write books of her own. Now living in Paris with her husband Taï-Marc Lethanh and their three children, she also works for the press for children (Milan-Presse and Fleurus-Presse), school publishers, and in advertising.Rébecca’s recipe is : warm colours and precise drawings. Her books are a real success for children between 3 and 11 years old”.
Her picture books are very poetic, with a hint of humour. Inspired by fairy tales, she offers new and more entertaining stories, featuring Babayaga, an ogress, a funny Cyrano, and weird princesses like P?tsec and Quart de Lune. Rébecca’s recipe is : warm colours and precise drawings
Interview for the French animated film “Les Histoires Sans Fin” (in French, sorry)