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Christelle Enault
 
Born 1980 in Paris, Christelle Enault is a designer and illustrator. She works with majors newspapers (Le Monde, The New York Times, Libération...) and publishing houses (Actes Sud junior, Albin Michel). Her more personal productions are regularly published by United Dead Artists.
 

 
2015
United Dead Artists
Christelle Enault's last series: Voodoo priestesses cover their face with cartoon masks and lead ritual ceremonies where female creatures and priapic shapes perform erotic gestures in a poisonous and seminal environment. Yet, the delicate pencil line of the Parisian artist delivers a puzzling feeling of softness.

2014
United Dead Artists
Revisiting the diorama tradition, Souffle d'écho stages a a cartoon-style peep-show of erotic scenes set in a chimeric three-dimensional vaginal cavity. An exhibition booklet and an audio link complete this edition.