13 April 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Monsieur Poulet’s Ptite Cruche

PTITE CRUCHE by Amandine Meyer immediately grabbed my attention with its bright and eclectic color palette. In this design, pockets of watercolor bump and ooze into each other constantly, creating a technicolor shimmer that projects rainbow shades on every inch of the artwork. It’s a playful look that gives the art a childlike feeling, and pairs well with the awkward, loose lines of the drawing. The face on the jug is especially nice, eyes pointing to the sky with an almost cloying innocence that reflects the youthful imagination displayed elsewhere, like in the pair of elephants resting on the character’s shoulder. This is strange stuff, but it’s never scary- it feels like looking at a better, brighter, and more fun past, the kind of childhood that only has sunny days.

Winners at Monsieur Poulet earn 2 Euros per item sold, for a total of up to 2000 Euros.

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