There’s no question Jeanne Detallante is one of the most talented female graphic designers working in the field today. The Parisian artist’s work has been unmissable in a range of titles, including Vogue Italia, Vogue Japan, The New Yorker and GQ and many others. It’s difficult to associate Jeanne with one particular style - she’s a natural shapeshifter, switching between surreal illustrations to ironic realism to vibrant jump-off-the-page graphics. Visibly shaped by the 60’s, her subjects are drawn from myths, fairy-tales and high-end fashion magazines and are usually placed against abstract or surreal backgrounds. Painting at times decadent, hyperrealist fashion vamps and at times ageless, surrealist figures. In her artistic maturity her figures are known for their repressed desperation and their luminosity of colour that highlight the sensuality of everyday life.