Chloé Poizat is a French illustrator and artist who has published her remarkable illustrations in a wide range of print media (Liberation, Le Monde, Stampa, The New York Times), and on book jackets, theater and music posters, and in film.
She also makes illustrated books, among which are Grain d’Aile of Paul Éluard (Éditions RMN-Nathan), Les Braconniers d’histoires of Nancy Huston (Éditions Thierry Magnier), Rilke, Le magnifique René Maria (Éditions Michalon), Paroles de femmes (Éditions Albin Michel), Machines (Éditions du Rouergue). Her work rests partly on the reappropriation of printed images transforming the extreme naivety of this imagery with humor and irony to manufacture a new grammar of the imaginary. In its taste for the mutant images, the work has a particular affection for bestiaries and Freak Shows of every kind. She can be reached here.