Jean-Manuel Duvivier is a French illustrator living and working in Brussels. He is Head of the Visual Communication Department at La Cambre School of Visual Arts.
Jean-Manuel specializes in not specializing : he loves to focus on creating editorial works for magazines and newspapers, children books illustrations, corporate images for annual reports, or advertising campaigns. Jean-Manuel’s many clients include The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, the National Geographic Travaler, Smithsonian Journeys Travel Quarterly, The Guardian, UCLA Health magazine, Plymouth State University magazine, BYU Publications and Graphics, American Lawyer, Le Monde, Libération, Madame Figaro, Cosmopolitan, Marie-Claire, Les Echos, La Vie, Air France, IBM, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Caterpillar, Rabobank, Fluxys, British Airways, Leroy Merlin, Emma Children Hospital Amsterdam, Jacques Vabre, Yale University Press, Gräfe und Unzer Verlag, Editions Gallimard, Flammarion, Bayard Edition, Mango, Syros, Editions Hatier, Editions l’Edune.
His work has been selected to appear in Communication Arts, 3x3 the Magazine of Contemporary Illustration, 3x3 Illustration Directory, the Society of Illustrators New York, Archive Best 200 illustrators worldwide, Creative Quarterly US, Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, New Illustrator’s File Japan, AG Books Korea, Linea Curve magazine Spain, Crook Press Australia and Dopress Books China.