Jean-Manuel Duvivier is a French illustrator living and working in Brussels. For nearly thirty years, he was Head of the Visual Communication department at La Cambre School of Visual Arts, teaching and coordinating the Bachelor’s and the Master’s teams composed of a dozen professors, assistants and lecturers.
Jean-Manuel specializes in not specializing : he loves to do editorial work for magazines and newspapers, advertising campaigns, murals, calendars and stationery, or children books illustrations.
Editorial : The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Smithsonian Journeys Magazine, The National Geographic Traveler, UCLA Health magazine, Rotarian Magazine, The Guardian, Le Monde, Libération, Revue XXI, Le Monde des Religions, La Vie, Investor Real Estate magazine,
Madame Figaro , Cosmopolitan, Marie-Claire, J-Les Echos, American Lawyer, etc…
Corporate communications and advertising : Thalys, Emma’s Children Hospital AMC Amsterdam, Rosewood Luxury Hotels and Resorts, Air France, IBM,
Rabobank, Fluxys, British Airways, Leroy-Merlin, Jacques Vabre, etc…
Children books publishers : Yale University Press, Beijing Red Dot (China), Gallimard, Flammarion, Bayard Edition, Esoop Publishing (South Korea), Pushkin Press (UK), Metaixmio Books (Greece), Ippocampo Edizioni (Italy), Editions Mango, Syros, Editions Hatier, Editions de l’Edune, Editions des Braques.
His work has been selected to appear in Communication Arts, 3×3 the Magazine of Contemporary Illustration, 3×3 illustration Annual, 3×3 illustration Directory, the Society of Illustrators New York, Archive Best 200 illustrators 2015, Creative & Quarterly, Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, New Illustrators File Japan, AG Books Korea, Linea Curve Magazine Spain, Dopress Books China.