Artists Partners

Rebecca Dautremer

Rebecca Dautremer is a children’s book illustrator -passionate about photography and graphics- who studied at Ecole des Arts Décoratifs of Paris.

Rebecca finds inspiration in photography books and uses similar techniques in her work (depth, play of light, etc.). The brush remains her favorite tool and she mainly works with gouache on large format paper.

For the Spring/Summer 2017 collection of Cocolico, Rebecca has found inspiration from her universe to create daily Parisian scenes.

Adolie Day

When she was little, she was drawing everything around him and spent hours scribbling in her room: a future all mapped.

Her Applied Arts degree in hand, she was recruited as a textile designer in children's fashion, and works for prestigious brands such as Catimini and Kenzo Kids.

After two years, she took the plunge and became a freelance illustrator: her dream. She oscillates between contracts for the fashion, advertising and… children's books (Lilichou, Le chasseur de papillons..). Meanwhile, she exhibits regularly in France, the UK, Italy and the United States. Today followed by thousands of people on social networks, Adolie has many projects: Gourmandises (Soleil édition), range of stationery, luggage, children's games (Clairefontaine), hobby, press (Glamour Germany), advertising ... and of course, personal projects.

Benjamin Lacombe

French author and illustrator born in Paris in 1982, Benjamin Lacombe entered the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris (ENSAT) in 2001 where he attended art courses. At the same time, he worked in advertising and animation; then published his first comic book at the age of 19.

"Cerise Griotte", his graduate project was the first children's book he wrote and illustrated. The book was published in France in 2006 by "Seuil Jeunesse" and the year after in the US by "Walker Books". It also was nominated by the prestigious Time Magazine as one of the ten best children's books published in 2007 in the US.

For the Cocolico's Spring/Summer 2016 collection, Benjamin Lacombe was inspired by his graphic universe to create some really beautiful fantasy, mysterious and poetic exclusive patterns.

Stéphanie Ledoux

Illustrator, protraitist and globetrotter, Stephanie Ledoux is an artist who has more than one string to her bow. Fond of traveling and meetings, she spends most of her time on the road. She shares her discoveries on her blog that shows pictures, texts and drawings.

For the A/W 2014 collection, Stephanie Ledoux imagined for Cocolico exclusive patterns around 4 countries: Mexico, Poland, Danemark and France. Through geometric shapes, drawings of animals and imaginary characters who seem straight out of a children's book, she gives us unique patterns that perfectly express the playful spirit and upscale Cocolico.

Zoé Crevette

Zoé Crevette, whose real name is Ophelia Moreau, is illustrator, creating a dream world mixing fineness, delicacy and precision.

In 2014, she became head of textile design for the brand Eros & Agape : she drew each print, embroidery and collections of ornaments. Passionate about the art of detail, she learned the expertise of jewelery with the Master Jeweller Philippe Ratinaud in Limoges, and then she joined a BMA in Embroidery Art in Paris at Octave Feuillet where her attraction for drawing became obvious. She has also published two children's books to Mic Mac Edition.

Since the beginning of her career she likes to work with very different universes. Today she gave life to the S/S 2014 and A/W 2015 Collections with a unique eye, a very personal touch and a real pleasure.