Recipe and food illustrations by new artist Lucile Prache

March 27, 2017 Dig your bicycle basket out, these illustrations will take you straight to the market!  We are excited to welcome Lucile Prache to our team of illustrators. Her produce and recipe illustrations feel free and spontaneous and have a hint of the Orient about them which we fell for and discovered comes from a Parisian girls’ love of Asian food after training with a Chinese calligraphy teacher. Bon Appetite!

“I want my illustrations to look carefree and happy. I have been studying ballet since my childhood, and I believe that my illustrations are just like dance pieces—everything appears to be easy. Dancers are always smiling on stage, but there is a lot of work behind the stage. My inspiration comes from real life—typography on labels, dirty papers on the sidewalk (yes, I am a Parisian!), kitsch postcards of Brooklyn, a vibrant green top on a girl in the street, vintage books of English China, figs at the market—almost any image can inspire me.”

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