Enter the iconic and dreamlike world of Image Republic, a French company specializing in trendy and exclusive posters that will please art and graphic design fans. To make you smile and remember, prints are silkscreened, numbered and presented under mats. Real works, communicating and of exceptional quality to immortalize the emblems of Pop culture that have made our society.
Stéphane Manel, born in 1971, is an illustrator who works for the publishing, fashion, music, press and cinema industry. In particular, he has created the album jacket of Serge Gainsbourg’s Poinçonneur des Lilas and some others for Sebastien Tellier and Vincent Delerm. He has also created the following film posters: Belle Epine by Rebecca Zlotowski, A Love of Youth by Mia Hansen-Lôve or The Queen of Apples by Valerie Donzelli and, more recently, Doubles Vies by Olivier Assayas. Stéphane Manel regularly collaborates with the press (The New Yorker, Vogue, Elle, The Inrockuptibles, Liberation, So Film ...) and the publishing world. His work was exhibited in Paris in 2014 at “Colette” and “Galerie Cinema” and in Tokyo, New York, Miami, San Francisco, London, and Amsterdam. He is currently working on his first book which will be followed by an exhibition in the Fall of 2019.
Made in France.
- 01: 11.8" x 15.75" / 30 x 40 cm, paper
- 05: 22" x 30" / 56 x76 cm, Arches paper
Arches paper is a brand of air-dried paper that is used by printers and watercolorists. It has a warm white colour and is produced in hot-pressed, cold-pressed, and rough varieties. Arches paper is made in the village of Arches in the Vosges, France.