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Philippe Weisbecker for Shiseido 「フィリップ・ワイズベッカー x SHISEIDO 」

Philippe Weisbecker was born in Paris and then moved to New York to work in the architectural field. It wasn’t until he was 30 that he decided to become an illustrator.

In a nutshell,  Weisbecker’s art consist of depicting elements of our daily life and is currently showing his lovely illustrations at Shiseido The Ginza, Ginza. This exhibition showcases Weisbecker’s collaboration with the brand’s corporate culture magazine “Hanatsubaki” .  If you’re around that area, don’t miss his charming illustrations of make-up, lotions and perfumes.

Weisbecker’s illustrations have been published in well-known American publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine and The New Yorker. In Japan, his works were chosen for numerous companies’ advertisements including Shiseido, Toraya and Panasonic. He is the recipient of many awards and he achieved the Tokyo Art Directors Club prize in 2013. He currently resides in France and shares his time between Paris and Barcelona.

philippe weisbecker

philippe weisbecker

philippe weisbecker

philippe weisbecker

philippe weisbecker

philippe weisbecker

Philippe Weisbecker

Artist/Illustrator Philippe Weisbecker

More about HOT LIPS HERE

I’d like to thank Shiseido The Ginza’s staff that kindly let me shoot this lovely exhibition ありがとうございます!!

Shiseido The Ginza 7- 8-10,  Chuo-ku, Ginza, Tokyo, Tel: 03-3571-7735, Official Website HERE.  You can buy some goodies in the store. Exhibition ends on March 17th.

All photos on this blog were snapped by me unless otherwise noted. If you see something you’d like to share, please be sure to provide a link back to this space. Thank you!

 

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