Atmospheric Illustrations By Antoine Maillard – Design You Trust

Atmospheric Illustrations By Antoine Maillard

Detailed and atmospheric works by the French illustrator Antoine Maillard.

His illustrations, mostly in monochrome colors, tell a story and appear in publications such as The New Yorker or The New York Times. On his website you will find more interesting works by the artist, as well as an insight into his various comic works.

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