Atlier Bingo's Silk-Screened Prints Boast Visually Vivid Graphics

 - Aug 6, 2014
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Maxime Prou and Adèle Favreau of Atelier Bingo are known for their visually striking art illustrations that that pay homage to the pop masterpieces of Andy Warhol.

Working with silk-screen printing can yield unexpected results but the artists enjoy this aspect of their craft and are always excited for the outcome of their next creative projects.

Atelier Bingo views silk-screening not only as a technique but also as a creative tool that allows them to translate abstract ideas onto a canvas.

"Adèle and Maxime founded Atelier Bingo in a rural town, at the South-East of Nantes, where they met for the first time during a design course, and later decided to collaborate." The artists are both from Paris and are graduates of the ECV Atlantique.