Smashing prints from French surrealist Baptiste Virot

Date
28 November 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

French illustrator Baptiste Virot is a seriously exciting new talent in the comics world. He’s a man skilled in the art of wavy lines, surreal characters and traditional print processes; his portfolio is stuffed with hand-screened prints, risographed zines and bits of bizarre commercial illustration. In the age-old tradition of fanzine culture he’s just as comfortable working in stark black and white as he is creating colour separations for the manufacture of vibrant prints. Want to see some ugly people riding a giant neon dog? Today’s your lucky day pal!

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Baptiste Virot: Master & Dog 1

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Baptiste Virot: Master & Dog 2

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Baptiste Virot: Ode To Laziness

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Baptiste Virot: A Burger Splash

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Baptiste Virot: A Burger Splash (detail)

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Baptiste Virot: Couteau

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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