Benjamin Flouw is a French Illustrator who cleverly mixes flat colourful geometric shapes, textures, patterns and dramatic lighting. His illustrations highlight the environmental issues we as a human race are facing. He therefore assumes it might be nice to fill the world with pictures of animals, plants and landscapes, just in case those things won’t exist anymore in the future.

You can read more about Benjamin’s  process in our interview, here!

Benjamin grew up in sunny south of France, surrounded by pines, vineyards and cicadas. In 2011, he graduated from CG animation school Supinfocom.

After a year in London as a background designer for Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball, Benjamin moved to Paris where he had the opportunity to work as a color artist on Mark Osborne’s feature film : The Little Prince and on the brand new version of the TV show Noddy.

He then decided to become a full-time freelance illustrator.  Clients include; NYT, Variety, Coca-ColaDjeco, Martha Stewart Living, Mother, Usbek et Rica , Smart Energy GB, Knight Frank, American Express, Cartoon Network, HPE, Cutties, amongst others