Sandrine Pagnoux is a Parisian independant illustrator who, after working for several years in Paris, moved to live and work in Barcelona at the end of 2018.
The style of Sandrine Pagnoux is influenced by the world of pop culture, fashion, music and surf, skate … Her work features photo montages, collaged together with hand-drawn elements. She mixes photography, scribbles, drawings, typography, and various material. She has no rules. She only wants to create a visual impact.
Most of the time, the final work is developed digitally but now Sandrine Pagnoux also creates hand made drawings and paintings on paper with no digital intervention.
Sandrine Pagnoux works on a range of commercial commissions and projects in the publishing, editorial, fashion, sport, music and advertising sectors.
In free moments Sandrine Pagnoux performs personal work. It allows her to express herself and to experiment with new techniques and styles. That is very important to her.
Sandrine Pagnoux’s work has appeared in several art books such as Ilustration Now! by TASCHEN, Illusive 2 and Ilusive 3 by Die Gestalten, For Love and Money by Laurence King.
She loves to see her designs on everyday objects (phone cases, snowboards, t-shirts …) murals (fine art prints), and to see them in varios media around the world.
Sandrine Pagnoux has worked with a wide range of clients.
Brands: The Kooples, Harrods, Diesel fragrances, Adidas, Nikita, Coq Sportif, Flammarion, Warner Music group, Penguin Random House, Airtracks, Rome snowboards, Rich & Royal, undiz, Fat Ypus skis, Go sport, Courir …
Advertising agencies : Jung Von Matt, Carl & friends, Euro RSCG, Hakuhodo, Deep agency
Editorial projects for magazines such as: Cosmopolitan italy, Nylon Guys, Tiger, Indie, RIka, Tiger magazine, Marie Claire France, Gala France, XLR8R, Ritz magazine, L’express