Since Alice Ourghanlian was a child, she lived between Marselle and Paris, where she is currently attending second year of illustration at the École Estienne. Her work is focused on the old-fashion aesthetics of the first part of the 20th century, choosing cities like New York and Paris as settings, or focusing on the small and big adventures of childhood. Through pen and ink, gouache and coloured pencil drawings, Alice creates dense and lively images, mixing softness and humor. Among her interests, a part of children’s books, there are graphic design, comics and animated movies. Her main inspirations are the worlds of Claude Ponti, Benjamin Chaud, André Francois and the movies of Jacques Tati, Wes Anderson e Jacques Demy.