Marine Lottermoser is a french designer and illustrator, based in Paris. Captivated by the early Arts Décoratifs movement and deeply inspired by Nature, she recreates organic lines and shapes on various thematics such as botanics and human body.
Working as a free-lancer, she is specialized in print design (textile, wallpapers), editorial drawings (newspapers, magazines, social networks) and design.
Fascinated by the quest of beauty and the social consequences it leads to, she takes an interest in this societal phenomenon that deeply challenges ostensibly basic notions like habits, behaviors, or even body movements.
Approaching this thematic through the notion of intimacy, Marine Lottermoser got very interested into using the body as a tool of expression as much as an infinite resource. Designing a new aesthetic of the body for the body, she aims to established a new relationship between bodies and souls. Playing on opposite notions like hiding and exhibiting, she uses organic codes mostly inspired by the skin.
Working on materializing reactions to the social environment we live in, where beauty is commodified and standardized, she aims to engage a reflexion on underlines issues like identity or individualism, through divers medium.