By Fabien Grolleau, Jérémie Royer, Etienne Gilfillan
At the beginning of the 19th century, John James Audubon embarked upon an epic ornithological quest throughout the United States with not anything yet his artist’ s fabrics, an assistant, a gun and an all-consuming ardour for birds...
This attractive quantity tells the tale of a tremendous artist and adventurer: one that encapsulates the spirit of early the USA, while the wasteland felt unlimited and used to be nonetheless significantly unexplored. in keeping with Audubon's personal retellings, this picture novel model of his travels captures the wild and adventurous spirit of a really unparalleled naturalist and painter.
Fabien Grolleau has written and created numerous comics for Vide Cocagne (which he co-founded) in addition to the picture novel, Jaques a Dit.
Jérémie Royer is an illustrator and fashion designer. After learning artwork for 2 years in great, he really good in comedian booklet artwork and representation in Brussels.