Bruno Mallart is now considered among the elite in the European world of illustration.
He studied with esteemed professors like Roman Cieslewicz and Peter Knapp before graduating from the (EASG) Superior School of Graphic Arts in Paris, where he now lives and works.
Upon graduation, he became a freelance illustrator, working for several children's book publishers and ad agencies, in a classical realistic watercolor and ink style. Eventually however, he began working in a much more personal and imaginative way, creating his art with a mix of drawing, painting and collage.
His work speaks of a surrealistic and absurd world, in many cases inspired by Jules Verne's imaginative books and writings. Mr. Mallart's work has appeared in some of the most prestigious French and international publications, including: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times of London, Telerama, Le Monde, Computer World and The New Scientist.
His advertising clients include: Sun Microsystems, Guident, Volkswagen, Dexia Bank, Audi, City of Paris, Sierra Nevada Beer, and Air Liquide. He also illustrates all Paul Auster's books that are published in France.