French illustrator Vincent Mahé is based in Paris where he creates very original bold and contemporary vector illustrations to tell stories with a minimalist style. He works with a limited color palette and his compositions are very smart. Vincent studied Animation at Les Gobelins back in the decade, then worked in the animation business for a while. Vincent Mahé’s work has been picked up by the New York Times, Canadian Business and Grand Seigneur magazine, amongst many others.
I like the contrast between bare and abundant scenes. I like to observe the little cracks and weaknesses of our contemporaries, the absurdities of our time. Ultimately, my work is quite realistic. I’m not depicting a fantasy world. There’s already too much to describe in this one.
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