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    Born in 1983 Grégoire Gicquel, aka Greygouar, lives and works in Paris. Fascinated by image treatment and creative process, he started by multiplying collaborations and tried out a variety of media: textiles, skateboards, posters. He developed his own graphic style, a skilled mix between the clear-line drawing style and street-art inspirations, characterized by careful attention to detail and use of colors.

    During 5 years he had a weekly illustration in the financial section of Challenges magazine, it also works with The Good Life, XXI and other press titles (Fortune, Time Out NY...). Grégoire is regularly asked to share his universe with clients from all backgrounds, cultural and commercial.


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MP Arts is the sister agency to photographic counterpart Making Pictures. We currently represent 30 leading image-makers, designers and illustrators.

We develop, nurture, and maintain lasting careers for our artists through high production standards, curating quality portfolios, encouraging exceptional artistic and personal projects, and providing a platform through which to identify, direct and facilitate commercial work. MP have a team of 8 industry specialists to guide and manage our artists careers.

We understand the changing face of the visual industry – offering a forward thinking approach combined with an ability to create fully integrated campaigns through new media.

Our aim is to extend our passion and enthusiasm for representation beyond photography, and widen our horizons to new and existing platforms, audiences and clients. The development and creation of our roster has taken time and care - please contact Tim Higgs if you would like to discuss a project or commission one of our illustrators.

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Tel: +44 (0) 207 434 1989

Tim Higgs Director of MP Arts
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Tim Jenkin Founder/Director
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Waldo Barker 
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MP Arts is a division of Making Pictures.

For more information on the photographers that we represent, please visit the Making Pictures site and blog.