Aurelia Fronty

Aurelia Fronty has always been drawing and was surrounded by colors her whole life. She studied at the School of Arts Duperré in Paris.

After graduating she worked as a textile designer and illustrator at Christian Lacroix. She created decorations for the windows of the Turtle Island gallery and Le Bon Marché in Paris.

After a few trips to Asia and Africa, she creates scrapbooks of portraits and drawings which were exhibited at the Bon Marche in Paris. She also designed a collection of temporary china in play dough, which had a lot of success for the decoration press.

Currently she illustrates books for numerous French and foreign publishers: Gautier-Languereau, Didier Jeunesse, Gallimard Jeunesse, Rouergue.

Aurelia's illustrations appeared in Atmospheres, French House, Air France Magazine, Marie Claire, Madame Figaro House, Curtain trips, Le Figaro literary Filoteo, Astrapi, and many more publications.

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Aurelia Fronty Portfolio