In my artistic production I always gave priority to the freedom of my characters. I’m interested in making them wander through different stories, ways of expression and mediums. This enriches them, it gives them strength and life. As an artist, it represents a challenge and fun at the same time.

Le Petite Poison (before being named as such), has made his appearance in images of a strong dramatism as well of comic images. This production was articulated in different techniques: as silk-screen prints, the more classical approach of acrylic paint on canvas and as digital paintings.

The moment I imagined this character as a child, his name came on itself to my lips and from there the other characters appeared in my drawings as if they were climbing to a stage by themselves. Le Petit Poison is a versatile and multiple small being. He likes to appear in different forms, as well as in diverse landscapes and situations.