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C’est en arrivant en prépa d’art que j’ai pu enfin pousser un grand cri de soulagement !
Après mes études d’art graphique à Paris, il s’en est suivi quelques années de direction artistique dans le monde lyrique des entreprises, des grandes agences de pub et de communication…
Mais l’envie de dessiner a été la plus forte. Il était temps de penser
aux choses sérieuses :… essayer de faire rire les autres !
Je me suis donc rapidement retrouvée à dessiner pour des journaux d’information
comme Le Point…
Et depuis : encore une autre passion, enseigner l’art. J’initie les élèves de certaines écoles
(Parson’s school of design etc…) au dessin et à l’illustration…

Dominique Foy is a French cartoonist living in the heart of Paris. She is an exacting witness to daily life. She can’t help herself. She is keenly aware of everyday people in everyday situations that most of us wouldn’t really notice but recognize immediately in her cartoons.

Ms. Foy studied at the ESDI School of design in Paris. She has served as freelance graphic designer for such prestigious clients as Air France, Wattwiller, and Electricité de France, among others. She has also served as artistic director for such well-known communication and advertising agencies as Publicis, TBWA, and Saatchi & Saatchi. She recently drew four animated advertising videos, as well as co-authored the scripts, for the Credit Agricole, a French bank.

Nowadays, she draws for French weekly magazines at the national level, such as Avantage, 60 Millions de Consommateurs, and Causette, depicting current social issues with her unique brand of humor. You will laugh with her at the inevitable (income taxes and constipation) and the asinine (French bureaucracy and obnoxious old ladies). This keen observation of French society led to contributions to Le Point (a French weekly magazine) in a special issue about the French and to her book, Portrait insolite de la France en 24 heures (Offbeat Portrait of France in 24 Hours. Paris: Tallandier publishers).

Ms. Foy’s observations have recently extended abroad as she spends time with relatives in the United States. She enjoys observing the energy and dynamics of American society – such an exhilarating shock and quite a change from the old culture and habits of European society!

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