With her open and spontaneous line, Iris de Moüy draws emotion. In “Horses Are Blue” she creates a world filled with mysterious creatures and extraordinary people. These whimsical figures encounter, dare and embrace across the pages, inspiring a letting go.
Iris de Moüy is an illustrator who lives and works in Paris. She is known for publishing children’s books with École des Loisirs and Hélium, and has undertaken assignments for brands including Le Bon Marché, Hermès, Bonpoint and Air France. Her drawings have been exhibited in Paris and Kyoto, where she was a resident at Villa Kujoyama in 2015.
The Coup de Crayon collection presents the personal work of artists practising painting, drawing or collage. For 2019, Coup de Crayon invited Iris de Moüy, Nathalie du Pasquier and Johanna Tagada to imagine a series as a book.