Illustration We Love: Lisa Laubreaux

Here at YUK FUN towers we like to blog about artists and illustrators who display versatility and we reckon Lisa Laubreaux is a prime example of this. She works in a wide variety of disciplines including drawing, printing, making fabric costumes as well as running some really fun-looking workshops.

Lisa Laubreaux - Passe-tete

Installation at Beau Dimanche, Fleche D’Or, Paris

Lisa Laubreaux - Flyer

Flyers for Beau Dimanche

Lisa Laubreaux - Papiers cadeaux a gogo

Papiers Cadeaux a Gogo workshop at the Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg

Lisa Laubreaux - Papiers cadeaux a gogo

Papiers Cadeaux a Gogo workshop at the Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg

Lisa Laubreaux - Papiers cadeaux a gogo

Papiers Cadeaux a Gogo workshop at the Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg

Lisa Laubreaux - Natures mortes

Lisa Laubreaux - Natures mortes

Lisa Laubreaux - Natures mortes

Series of illustrations made for the launch party of Kiblind magazine

Lisa Laubreaux is a French illustrator based in Paris. We especially love her work with fabric, including her scary but fun ghost costume, the cover for The Loop magazine and the flags below. Her website is not only full of images of great artwork, but also photographs of people getting involved at her workshops and having a brilliant time! It’s really nice to see interaction with the public and kids taking part and getting inspired.

Lisa Laubreaux - Bleu-Blance-Rouge

Flags made at Bleu-Blanc-Rouge workshop at Wanderlust, Paris

Lisa Laubreaux - Superstition

Superstition illustration for Paulette magazine

Lisa Laubreaux - The Loop

Set design for the cover of The Loop magazine

Lisa Laubreaux - Chocolat

Illustration for Le Chocolat des Francais

If you want to see more of her wonderful work, head over to her website, follow her on Instagram or take a look at her Facebook page.

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