Estelle Mademoiselle's blog

Artworks and inspirations

(re)découvrez Fanny Boucher, la créatrice de Gemmyo

Un petit chat rose avec une bague sur l’oreille qui se promène le long des couloirs du métro parisien, ça vous dit quelque chose? Gemmyo, la jeune maison de joaillerie ne … Lire la suite

juillet 8, 2015 · Poster un commentaire

Tigran Tsitoghdzyan // Mirror // Miroir

Ok his name is quite unpronounceable but Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is a phenomenon. He was discovered by art critic Henrik Iguitian when he was… 5 year old. A child prodigy, a Mozart … Lire la suite

septembre 29, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Mitch Gobel // Wildlife Conservatory Painter // Peintre Protecteur de la Nature

Because I have less and less time, and to make sure that I keep on (re)discovering artists, I’ll have to change a little bit the content of my posts. From now … Lire la suite

septembre 20, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

CJ Hendry // She draws big time! // Elle dessine en grand!

Now be prepared, the strory and the work of this artist are totally amazing. She is the actual proof of the power of social networks. They can within a few … Lire la suite

août 22, 2014 · 3 Commentaires

Allison Kunath // Graphic nature // Nature graphique

Ouch, this is what I call an artistic crush! I just discovered her on The Stolen Publications (that featured the much loved very first artist of the blog, Anya Brock … Lire la suite

août 5, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Emily Jeffords // Abstract Landcapes // Paysages Abstraits

The artist that I’d like you to (re)discover today is an absolute personal inspiration. Today’s Artist is Emily Jeffords, a full time artist and Mum of two adorable future painters … Lire la suite

juillet 22, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Jeff Koons // Art, Sex and Balloons // De l’Art, du Sexe et des Ballons

  Do you know what the Cicciolina, the Château de Versailles and H&M have in common? Nope, no idea? He was married to the Cicciolina, he exhibited at the Château … Lire la suite

juin 19, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Michael Muir // The man whose painting comes from a child mind // L’homme dont la peinture sort de l’imaginaire d’un enfant

  The artist I would like to help you (re)discover today is a Scottish man who can surf. Well, the fact that he moved to Australia when aged 6 might … Lire la suite

juin 4, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Eno Henze // Teach a machine to draw like a human // Apprendre à une machine à dessiner comme un être humain

And what if IT came uninvited into art? And so what? Didn’t Andy Warhol create one of the first computer assisted work of art (yep, yep believe me, I’ll get … Lire la suite

mai 26, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Miaz Brothers // Imaginary Portraits // Portraits Imaginaires

Today it is not one but two artists that I suggest you (re)discover, Today’s Artist are the Miaz Brothers. It’s not hard to get that these two don’t go the … Lire la suite

mai 20, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Maya Hayuk // Intricate colours // Couleurs entrelacées

  It might be because of the sun coming back, but lately I’ve been craving for colours. I want bright, flashy, fluo, I want revitalizing colours. Nothing is better than … Lire la suite

mai 6, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Niki de Saint Phalle // Shotgun painting // Peinture au fusil

Today’s Artist is a French-American who is well known by Parisian people as her statues stand right in the middle of the capital city. Today’s Artist is Niki de Saint … Lire la suite

avril 22, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Florent Chopin // Sweet cacophony // Douce cacophonie

    Do you like recycling, objects that art diverted from their initial use, vintage trend? Perhaps do you even chill out on Sundays in your local secondhand shop? Well, … Lire la suite

avril 17, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Nicolas Desbons // Metal lace // Dentelle de métal

    Not just an artist, it’s an artisan that I suggest you (re)discover. Today’s Artist is Nicolas Desbons, he is a craftsman in wrought iron and shapes metal from … Lire la suite

avril 8, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Barbara Kitallides // A violent softness // Une douceur violente

Let’s celebrate Spring (yes where I’m writting from it is the beginning of Spring), I suggest you (re)discover the colourful work of a painter coming right from Down Under (even … Lire la suite

mars 25, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Li Hongbo // The man who makes paper alive // L’homme qui donne vie au papier

Today’s Artist comes straight from China, and it is not just a geographic detail as his art is based on one of Chinese most famous traditions: the paper lantern. Today’s … Lire la suite

mars 19, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

When an artist stands for Syria // Quand un artiste soutient la Syrie

He was featured in one of Today’s Artist very first posts and I would like to give him a big up: Banksy has revisited one of his most famous artwork to … Lire la suite

mars 15, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Gerhard Richter // Painting or photography? // Peinture ou photo?

Today’s Artist is nothing less than the most expensive living painter in the world (Oct 2012), please (re)discover Gerhard Richter. Extremely famous in Germany – his homeland – he is … Lire la suite

mars 11, 2014 · 1 commentaire

Heather Hansen // The drawdancer // La dansineuse

And here we are, back on track after a two-week well deserved holiday (yep yep, with a 5 months old at home, holiday is always well deserved). So Today’s Artist … Lire la suite

mars 4, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Heide Trepanier // the feminine paintings // la peinture au féminin

   Today’s Artist is Heide Trepanier, a mother, artist and teacher as she describes herself. Her painting seems very feminine to me – colourful, curvy, delicate. With the shine of enamel … Lire la suite

février 12, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

David LaChapelle // the man who made Marilyn cry // l’homme qui faisait pleurer Marilyn

   Today’s Artist is a friend of Jean-Michel Basquiat (how many great artists did New York gave birth to in the 80s?). Today’s Artist is David LaChapelle. This guy can … Lire la suite

février 11, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

JonOne // when street art meets galleries // quand le street art entre dans les galeries

So here we go, Today’s Artist is JonOne. Those of you who live in Paris might have seen his work at the TAG exhibition in the Grand Palais (that’s on my point of view the … Lire la suite

février 10, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Bernard Frize // the candy-like paintings // les peintures bonbons

Today’s Artist is Bernard Frize, a French painter who lives in between Paris and Berlin and whose artworks are exhibited all around the globe. Bernard Frize has a singular approach … Lire la suite

février 7, 2014 · 1 commentaire

Basquiat // the man who wanted to be a star // l’homme qui voulait être one star

All right so Today’s Artist is one of my scrunchies, a genius who loved drugs too much and who really really wanted to be famous – Jean-Michel Basquiat. He could … Lire la suite

février 6, 2014 · 3 Commentaires

Noah Scalin // a skull a day // un crâne par jour

Here we go today with Noah Scalin, who I discovered thanks to a fellow blogger Modern Hieroglyphics (have a look at his site, he’s got great interviews). Noah Scalin is … Lire la suite

février 5, 2014 · 4 Commentaires

Jackson Pollock // dripping and pouring all over // ça goutte, ça tache

All right so Today’s Artist is Jackson Pollock, the master of abstract expressionism. Despite a very chaotic education, he ended up being one of the most famous painters of his … Lire la suite

février 4, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Maryline Pomian // the best way to quit smoking // le meilleur moyen d’arrêter de fumer

You might think of cigarettes as a bad habit, but for Maryline Pomian they are art… She uses their paper to create mysterious and delicate sculptures. Light and immaculate, you’d … Lire la suite

février 3, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Peter Beard // dual personality? // double personnalité?

Peter Beard is quite a surprising character. He was born and bred in the US, and proudly graduated from Yale. But when he was 23, he met Karen Blixen the … Lire la suite

janvier 31, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Banksy // the street art is not for sale // le street art nest pas à vendre

What I like about street art is the love of its artists for subversive actions and their lack of interest for fine art galleries (uuuh how that must upset galleries…). Banksy … Lire la suite

janvier 30, 2014 · 1 commentaire

Pierre Soulages // black is black // noir c’est noir

You probably already know Pierre Soulages, if not this post is for you. Pierre Soulages is THE painter of the colour black. Since the 80’s, pretty much all of his … Lire la suite

janvier 29, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Fabienne Verdier // floating between East and West // entre Orient et Occident

Fabienne Verdier is probably one of the biggest French contemporary painters. If I was to describe her artwork, I would say that she paints black ink calligraphy like shapes on deep … Lire la suite

janvier 28, 2014 · Poster un commentaire

Anya Brock // the Colour Guru // le Guru de la couleur

So here we go this is the very first post of Today’s Artist. I have the great pleasure to introduce Anya Brock, a young Australian painter with a vibrant colour palette, full … Lire la suite

janvier 27, 2014 · 2 Commentaires