After her graduation in Graphic Design from the Ateliers de Sèvres (Paris) and EPSAA, Caroline Andrieu has been the art director of Condé Nast Digital France, for Vogue and GQ websites during five years. In 2011, she joined GQ print magazine graphic studio and was promoted head of the iPad version.

Daughter of a French printer and a Slovakian librarian, the young artist has always been passionate about the print object and was drawn into two cultures. During her studies, her imagination was stimulated by Ingres's classic drawings, surrealism (Dali or Hans Bellmer), contemporary art (Sophie Calle, Matthew Barney) or graphic novels (Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes). She gets inspiration from many major sources including contemporary photography or independent movies.

Since she joined Condé Nast, her interest for fashion has been expending. The illustrator focused on her practice of portrait – her family, faces of actors she finds in magazines- to the catwalks. Each season, she selects pictures from Paris, Milan, London or New York and she offers her vision. « What interests me is to liven up the sensuality of materials, of colors, to translate the model's expressions and sophistication of the hairstyles. Bring back a picture to Life. » Like silent movies' actress, Lara Stone, Eniko Mihalik, Olga Sherer and the others, the model finds a personality. At first glance, those powerful and fleeting images looks like watercolours. Caroline realises it on large papers and uses colour pencils for the details and inks to boost the drawing and make it thicker.

Her drawings are now attracting clients from all around the world; they are all seduced by her website (www.untitled-07.com). She already collaborated with sharp and confidential editorials like Rouge (China), major titles such as Vogue (France, Turkey) or Nylon, advertisements for luxury brands (BMW Magazine, Diesel Factory, Lancôme). Caroline also likes more intimate projects, like the accessories she's designing for the trendy eyewear brand Waiting for the Sun, or t-shirts with poetic drawings she creates for Gat Rimon and for the Swedish brand POPCPH. She also knows how to tackle ambitious projects: Printemps Haussmann in Paris commissioned her drawings for its window display, several times. In the winter 2012, she participated in a group exhibition named « Faces » in Paris’s 12 Mail Gallery with the Comics world’s greatest names and signatures.

She has illustrated the Fashion Insiders Guides of Paris for Abram’s Edition in New York. But most of all, she continues to draw the people around her, an almost daily practice, « for the sake of the true portrait ».



Baku Magazine
Bloomberg / Business Week
BMW Magazine
Bouygues Telecom
Citizen K
Fault Magazine
Galeries Lafayette
Gat Rimon
Glamour Paris
GQ France
The Hub Magazine
Le Cool
Loverdose by Diesel
Nuits Sonores
Paco Rabanne
Pop cph
Printemps Haussmann
Rachael Ray
René Furterer
Rouge Magazine
Status Magazine
Style Sights
Vogue Paris
Vogue Turkey
Waiting for the Sun



2013 / Kaléidoscope, Galerie Welcome
2012 / Visages, Galerie 12mail