The Gorgeous Architectural Illustrations of Cruschiform

French illustrator and graphic designer Marie-laure Cruschi founded her Paris based creative studio in 2007 with the hope to continuously experiment and explore new areas. We discovered her work when she illustrated and did the cover of ‘Cabins’, one of our favorite book from last year.

Her art grows from basic forms with the objective to explore various areas from geometric characters/creatures, to playful data informative graphics, and modular typography. As she goes along, little by little, her graphic vocabulary gets more and more figurative, her illustrations always more narrative. Between two projects she likes working on new children books.

She has already worked for prestigious luxury brands like Dior Perfume/Jewelry, Hermès, Veuve Clicquot, Krug amongst others and most of her time she works for various magazines like Les Inrockuptibles, Wad, Esquire, SFR Player, Standard, Usbek & Rica, Fricote, Bonbek

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