The Big Skills Share

The Big Skills Share: Lucie Arnoux

June 16, 2020
Illustrator and artist Lucie Arnoux talks about her creative process and how she gets started on a new project.

Lucie Arnoux is a London-based Illustrator whose intricate work is published in children books and comic-books, both in France and the UK. Lucie left her native South of France in 2011 to sketch around in London. She graduated from Kingston University in Illustration and Animation in 2013, and has since been working for a variety of clients. Along with the uninterrupted monthly publication of her comics in the magazine Lanfeust since 2011, she has illustrated children books for Pushkin Press (UK) and Flammarion (France). She has been Artist in Residence for Sidmouth Folkweek, the International Youth Arts Festival, Womad's world music festival and the Rose Theatre. She has worked under the direction of Tony-nominated designer Tim Bird for the production of The Wind in the Willows and Alice in Winterland. She is presently working on projects in France as well as the UK.

Part of The Big Skills Share, EVCOM Sessions.