Genevieve Gauckler is a French artist, illustrator and art director that is especially popular because of her lovingly character and the colourful combinations. Her works are marked by bright and shiny colours, fun and hectic. Genevieve Gauckler often combines photographs with computer animated graphs.
Born in Lyon (France), Genevieve Gauckler finished her studies at the ENSAD (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) in Paris in 1991. Asked about her inspiration source, Gauckler explains the colourful packages of breakfast cereals and the initial sequence of the TV show Flipper. Genevieve Gauckler travels in her leisure time (her favorite places she says Japan and India), gives presentations, exposes her works and makes pictures for her collages.
Genevieve Gauckler collected multiple experiences on the graph design, illustration and art direction areas. Beginning in the French record label F Communications, she worked at advertising spots, short films and other TV shows later, among others for the German-French program Arte. Later on she worked in London for an Online-fashion magazine and worked out several projects for the Design Agency Me Company.
Genevieve Gauckler works reinforced at videos, arts and illustration for different magazines (Flaunt, Beaux-Arts Magazine, Le Figaro Japan, IDN, Form, Vogue UK), publicity (Renault, Bourjois, Coca-Cola, Skype, PlayStation, Lane Crawford, Orange, o2 Germany, Adobe) and books, objects and clothes, placing her illustration on them since 2001. Also the wall stickers and wallpapers for the French company Domestic emerged in this context.
Three books about Genevieve Gauckler’s work have meanwhile been published.
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