Madame Moustache

Madame Moustache makes collages from retro images from the 50s and 60s. Her small-sized collages are then digitalized and printed in large formats that are glued on the walls of Paris, France and abroad (India, Cuba, etc.). Madame Moustache's collages always have a message in text included, not always linked to the illustration that it represents. The artwork of Madame is poetic, giving more a point of view on the world rather than a demand. She sometimes collaborates with other artists such as Fred Le Chevalier.

Collages of Madame Chat and Fred Le Chevalier, Passage St-Antoine, Paris 11
Collages of Madame Chat and Fred Le Chevalier, Passage St-Antoine, Paris 11
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