Naughty Prints and Cheeky Animations with George(s)

George(s) is a French illustrator and art director whose beaked main protagonist can be found in cheeky prints and animations, and in street art scattered around London and Paris, between where he splits his time.

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We really like the tongue-in-cheek naughtiness and general sense of fun in George(s)’ work. Keeping to minimal linear drawings and just a couple of select colours, he gets the punchline across clearly and simply.

He lists his inspirations as ranging from Raymond Savignac and Monty Python, to Douanier Rousseau and Matt Groening.

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© George(s), 2016

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