Born in 1982 - France
Sébastien Touache is a french illustrator born in 1982.
During his childhood, he read a lot of comics, from Tintin to Asterix, and watched a lot of japanimation as well (Dragon Ball Z, Saint Seiya, etc). At the same time, he became interested in drawing pictures. After a few years spent in Africa, he came back to France and began to study graphic design and illustration. With a few friends he met at school, he founded Jeanspezial in 2006, and held many exhibitions across Europe (Paris, Berlin, Munich, Bruxelles, Ghent, Luxembourg...).
Sebastien Touache is also a proud member and co-founder of Les Jeanclode, the commercial part of his activity, with Nicolas Barrome and Mathieu Julien. They work together mainly on advertising campaigns, and are supported by Lezilus (Paris) and Pocko (London).
Sébastien Touache is fond of silly stuff and mainly influenced by random stuff from his childhood (to make his friends and young people smile).
Pictoplasma 10th anniversary, Berlin-Buenos Aires 2014.
Leurs Petits Papiers, galerie Sergeant Paper, Paris 2013.
Famille recomposée, galerie Openspace, Paris 2013.
Wintershow 2 Arts Factory, Paris 2012.
Pictoplasma Neurotitan, Berlin 2012.
Stroke art fair, Munich 2011.
Galerie LJ, Paris 2010.
Extrabold gallery, Luxembourg 2009.
Jeanpierre, galerie Issue, Paris 2009.
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 2008.
Arts Longa gallery, Paris 2008.
Centre d’art contemporain de Troyes, 2007.
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