Experimenting with one single form, a linocut. I created a series of different designs, Results are available in the shop...
The legendary Citroën DS. Introduced in 1955 it 'struck like a bomb' (local press talked about 'La bombe DS').
Advanced in both looks as in technique and the use of materials she was regularly presented, without her wheels, as a futuristic spaceship. She seemed to float, very much like she floated on the roads with her hydraulic suspension. This is my ode to the DS, a car I drove for about twenty years.
This big lino cut (34 x 25cm) in a realistic style is printed in two colours and shows the rythm of the ribs and planking of my classic yacht Ondina. It's full of details that show the construction of the ship.
A free composition based on the design of old ships, this one being Daisy designed by J.M. Soper around 1882.
A free composition based on the design of old ships, this one being Sauterelle designed by Frenchman Gustave Caillebotte.