Marguerite Sauvage was born in Paris and grew up in the French countryside. From her childhood she never stopped drawing and was never fed enough with stories and beautiful images and art that made her imagination grew large, fertile and wild.
Her famous and immediately recognisable style is feminine and elegant with a light line and an emotional rendering. Her work can be seen in titles such as Elle and Flaunt, and with companies such as Apple, Louis Vuitton and Marshall Field.
Marguerite also spreads her creative spirit to art direction and concept design for textile, products design as well as animation and web projects. She worked on TV advertising or vidéos for Rexona, McDonald, Nivéa and Swaroski. Everyday life is her biggest source of inspiration. She is a serious and fidgeting artist, an enthusiast of many media, people and projects.
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What's the most important object in your studio?
My 21UX Cintiq. (it's my baby, I love it.)
Paper or Plastic?
If you could resurrect one no longer living person to have lunch with, knowing you will have to return them to the grave right after coffee, who would it be?
I never play with black magic, do you?
Preferred method of dealing with an encounter with an acquaintance whose name you can't remember.
Being uncomfortable and twisted smile.
Why don't you flip the tortoise over, Leon?
Tortoise? What's that?
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Les chaussettes de l'archiduchesse sont elles seches, archi seches?
Favourite client so far?
I never do favouritism.
Favourite imaginary client?
Pixar or Vogue.
How does your mother describe your profession?
"Oh, I saw one of your drawings in a magazine in the doctor waiting room!"
Coffee or tea?
What's your earliest drawing memory?
Hmm, at 3 years old...
How do you prefer to spend your mornings?
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