Lucille Clerc is a French Illustrator based in London. She set up her studio after graduating from Central Saint Martins with an MA in Communication Design. She works within the field of editorial design and illustration for books and magazines, mainly, and occasionally also realising interior or exhibition spaces.
Alongside her daily blog on Instagram, a lot of her personal work is inspired by London’s architecture and the relationship between Nature and urbanisation. Her work is mainly handcrafted from drawing to screenprinting which allows her to create large scale compositions, architectural portraits of her favourite places and exploring their past and present lives.
In the past few years she has created projects for The V&A Museum, Dior, Boucheron, Fortnum&Mason, Farrow&Ball, Magma bookstore, Laurence King Publishers, DC Comics, St James’s Correspondent, The Loop, TGV Magazine, Metropolitan Eurostar magazine, MarieClaire, L’Obs, Elephant Magazine, Diamond architects and David Kohn architects.