L'HISTOIRE DE NOS CRÉATIONS
First portrait created by Rachel Convers, Ambroise is a symbolic figure of the Ibride heritage. Small, he remains nonetheless charismatic. Under his manner of mysterious aristocratic hummingbird, one thing is certain, Ambroise embodies a cultivated and courteous character that radiates benevolence.
Iconic creation of the Faux-semblants collection, Ming Acqua, both unique and multiple celebrates the pure forms of the eponymous Asian vase. After dividing it into subtle crockery pieces, an unexpected graphic universe inspired by a strange and dreamlike aquatic world is revealed.
Protagonist in 27 novels of the Human Comedy of Balzac, Eugene de Rastignac is a disillusioned and playful seducer. His mysterious and steady gaze, his rebellious strand of hair, his slightly curved torso... The magnetism of this intriguing hybrid creature invites us to probe the depths of a soul. At the limit of debauchery, but always with the absolute elegance of the dandy, he embodies his role as a manipulator to perfection.
Mural and agile, Horace overhangs the space, reminding us of the just grandeur of nature that dominates man.
Through this creation, Benoit Convers translates the unexpected irruption of nature in incongruous places.