The 30x40 cm prints are presented under matting. The dimensions indicated include the creation and the passe partout.
Made in France
IMAGE REPUBLIC likes different, strong, communicating images ... those that mark an era, a moment, those that make you think, smile or remember ... Image Republic loves ... pop culture icons, iconic personalities, cult objects and brands, creative advertising, iconic TV series, emotional moments, certain claims ...
"There's a little bit of all of that in the images that make up our collections, which better than words, speak to our passion and define the Image Republic spirit."
WHY LA? WHY PARIS?
Diane Ratican holds degrees in history and sociology from UC Berkeley and UCLA. She began her career as an educator for gifted children, then went into business and started her own company. This led her to a career as an author, image collector and art director. The idea of telling a story in images came from her lifelong interest in art and creativity. For her, education is communication and that's what she wanted to do with Why LA, Why Paris? She wanted to share her wonder, her passion for these two cities, which she portrays with all the depth and subtlety of a complex tapestry.
Nick Lu studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, from which he graduated in illustration. Nick lives in Los Angeles where he is an illustrator. Nick spends most of his time imagining interesting and varied things for his clients, which include The New Yorker, Wired, The Boston Globe, PlanSponsor, Bloomberg View, Hahe Luft Magazine, Playboy Jazz, Poketo, Riney Advertising, and MacMillan Children's Publishing.
Éric Giriat made his debut by signing illustrations for the French edition of ELLE magazine in 1996. Since then, he has worked for press, advertising, and publishers, gaining international recognition and clients around the world in fields as diverse as fashion, economics, politics, psychology, children's books, interior design, the luxury industry, culture, and portraiture.