Jan.
07

Chloé Poizat

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Chloé Poizat is one of several illustrators whose work has been circulating via The New York Times feature “Notable Opinion Art of 2013”. The Paris-based illustrator’s piece (below) looked interesting, but I was in no way prepared for just how curious her images are. Chloé flirts with the edge of “commercial” and “creepy”; there’s a darkness to her collaged narratives—whether black and white or garishly-colored—that is irresistible.

Chloe Poizat | Badass Lady Creatives
For the NYT article, “Welcome to the Age of Denial”
Chloe Poizat | Badass Lady Creatives
Those faces are going to haunt my dreams for the next three nights, probably.
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Such a sucker for drawings arranged on a wall.
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This drawing is from the Ghost Drawing (so says Google Translate) series: couplets of inverted drawings. The series is one of her more subtle pieces, but the form and the content work really nicely together.

Between her illustration portfolio, art portfolio, and illustrated books portfolio, Chloé Poizat has a ton of work online to peruse, should you have an appetite for collages and wondering “what is that?”