Out of This World: The Art of Olivier Menanteau
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Out of This World: The Art of Olivier Menanteau
23 February, 2017
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Check out the works of a talented French illustrator and art director Olivier Menanteau, also known as Moon.

 

Moon is an artist from France (Nantes). His style is characterized by very bright colors, surreal characters and an incredible level of detail. Although most of his works right now are done with digital apps or traditional paint&brushes, his first real canvas was the wall of the building. He started almost 20 years ago as a graffiti artist. Later he decided to continue to pursue artistic career and went to the university for it. 

I was born in 1978. In 1993 I started graphic works with graffiti. Then I have had formation in artschool over 3 years. After 8 years working in agency as Art director and illustrator. I started to work as a graphic artist and an artistic director, as well as teaching graphic design for 5 years. Beyond that I have also continued to develop a more personal world in my drawings and paintings, under my pseudo name Moon.

Olivier Menanteau

Moon is doing a whole bunch of different designs, including work with 2d and 3d, but we’re mostly interested in hi beautiful personal projects, published on Behance. His most favourite tools are Graphite and Wacom tablet.

It’s highly unlikely that someone would make a game about his works, but we sure would love to play it.

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