Marc Majewski was born April 15th 1993 in south of France.
As a child he discovered a passion for drawing and painting through the pictures of Gustave Doré, Quint Buchholz, Hayao Miyazaki’s movies, Symbolist painters, that made him quickly decided he would be an illustrator. After obtaining a degree in Literature and Arts, he entered the Pivaut school in Nantes where he studied illustration, painting, graphic design, publishing and press. He pursued his artistic training with the painter Marc Chalmé, whom he shared the same fascination for colors and light.
While in school, he met great illustrators such as Benjamin Lacombe and Frédéric Pillot, who’s rooted his will to make children’s books.
In 2014 his wish came true and he published his first book at Magnard Jeunesse editions.
Since then, he continues to write and illustrate books for children.
Allô papi ici la Terre, Magnard Jeunesse, 2015 (Cover)
Un beau voyage, Le Buveur d’Encre, 2016
Frileux, l’ours qui n’aimait pas l’hiver, Sarbacane, 2018
Group exhibitions :
“Bestial Bestiaire”, Curiosités Gallery, 2014
“Dans la peau”, Curiosités Gallery, 2015
“Vɛʁ”, Curiosités Gallery, 2015
“Earth Fiction” Curiosités Gallery, l’Etabli Gallery, 2016
Solo exhibitions :
“Un beau voyage” l’Atelier du Chapeau Rouge, 2016