Tiffany Tauxe – Lausanne

Thin black lines, a few dots and I find myself captivated but the botanical style of the illustrator Tiffany Tauxe. We met at Ta Cave for a yummy “apéro”. I discover that Tiffany also has a tight relationship with her grandparents. She lived with them until she was seventeen. She remembers being inspired for the…

Anne Bory – Nyon

One day a few weeks ago, I was on Instagram for far too long, when I came across the account of the gallery boutique “La Sonnette” and discovered the drawing of Anne Bory. Full of curiosity, I sent her a message to have coffee. I could tell you all about her career but I think…

Ka-L-O-K – Bienne

On a Saturday not that long ago, I met Ka, an artist full of life from Bienne. Ka has had many different jobs over the years before deciding to create her own business. She and her husband Guy (a tattoo artist form the Labo –O-Kult) form a solid couple. She supported him when he was…

Gaëlle Garrocq – Vevey

I discovered the creations of Gaëlle thanks to the Panier Culturel. I immediately wanted to know more about the person behind those beautiful lino cuts. Gaëlle gives creative workshops for a living. About a year and a half ago, one day, she was cleaning up the workshop when she found some gouges. She was instantly…

Mei Fa Tan – Lausanne

It’s been a little while I haven’t published an article because it has been an intense few days! Between the inauguration of my art studio in Etoy and the little puppy I have adopted to keep company to my Mister Muffin… But I’m back with a new article on the inspiring Mei Fa Tan, a…

Des Sottises – Lausanne

Every trimester, I get my « Panier Culturel » and every time I can’t wait to discover the treasures of the region. This time, I came across two pins that intrigued me. To satisfy my curiosity, I adventure myself onto the account of “des sottises” (which means “silly things”) on Instagram. Shortly after my discovery, I meet…

Margot Delévaux – Geneva

I have been exchanging emails with Margot Delévaux for over a year but it is only until recently that we have finally met. We immediately clicked and our virtual friendship became real, what a delight! Margot wrote and published a book called “30 ways to fall in love” and if you turn over the book…