Amélie Sarn is an author of considerable talent whose – sometimes eccentric – literary universes are rich with emotions: humor, tenderness, unease…
Élice has been a freelance illustrator and graphic designer since 2010. She mainly illustrates picture books and novels for children, but from time to time she also designs promotional materials for various events.
Matt Roussel is an accomplished children’s book illustrator; his unique, 3D digital ‘papier mâché’ style is instantly recognizable.
Najat Azira is an author. She writes texts for grown ups, teenagers and little ones. In Scaredy cat Scoot, she describes the anxieties of a sweet little bird who really doesn’t want to grow up and who would like to stay in his nest for ever!
Using traditional techniques and materials – such as etching, watercolors and pen and ink calligraphy – in combination with digital processes, Nathalie Tousnakhoff bridges the gap between the “old” and the “new”.
Noémie Foucher mainly creates detailed dreamlike illustrations on nature, using essentially a pen and India ink.
Olivier Dupin lives in northwest France with his wife and two children. During his ten years as a school teacher, he has also discovered children’s literature.
Valérie Muszynski writes stories with passion simply for the pleasure to make people read, smile, travel and dream! From time to time, she swaps her pen for pencils and starts doodling.