Juliette is a French illustrator and mural artist now based and working in Dublin. She moved to Ireland to study animation and illustration and since graduating has been heavily involved in the Dublin street art scene. She was formerly lead artist for the Dublin Canvas Project. Through this initiative, she designed and painted a series of small and large scale murals around the city. She is now working as a freelance artist and has continued to paint murals in particular for disadvantaged communities, helping them re-take pride in their areas and with kids with learning disabilities, showing them new tools to communicate ideas. Street art is not her only focus though, Juliette has pursued her work as an illustrator through several commissioned pieces and exhibitions. She is artist-in-residence at the AMBER research centre in Trinity College Dublin since early 2020 and works on science communication and educative illustrations.
Juliette’s work is focused on story-telling. She finds inspiration in mythology, animation, technology, comic-books, nature and the people she meets. Her work is vibrant and her characters are full of humor and emotion.