Name, nationality, town/country
Bruno Michaud, French, living in Bègles, France.
What is the process that drives you to be the artist you are today?
I graduate a Graphic Art School. I worked in a communication agency, then a surf brand. Now I’m working as a freelance designer through BMD Design.
3 adjectives that define you the best?
Perfectionist, passionate and free.
What are your influences? your work inspiration?
Numerous… Art, archives, travels and my family
Your working technique(s) (pen, stencil, paint, ink, digital…)?
I’m using any kind of manual techniques: Micron, watercolor and paint, to finish with scanning.
With which artist are you dreaming (dreamed) to work (even dead artist)?
I don’t really know, there are so many artists whom I appreciate, but maybe that the first one who occurs me is Toulouse Lautrec, a draftsman, a poster designer and a brilliant lithographer.
If you have to choose one book or magazine?
Tales of ordinary madness by Charles Bukowski
Is music important for you, especially in your work process? what are you listening now?
Absolutely, the music is essential in my process of creation, I would have to make artists’ lists. At the moment Dan Auerbach, Tame Impala, The National, Hanni El Khatib, Archie Bronson Outfit, Arch Fire…
The website you’re visiting every day?
News websites, I spend a lot of time listening or reading news.
If you have to leave for one month in a desert place, what are the 3 « things » you will bring with you?
My wife and my 2 punks 😉
A funny story to tell?
If you think there is no graceful way to go down on a motorcycle you are mistaken. It happened in Belarus when my husband and I were staying with my family in the countyside. My relative used to have a bike (may be still does) that he got as a trade-in for an e-cigarette from his neighbour – an old Soviet beauty Izh Planeta 5… After a few attemps to start it, the bike gave in and we were on the country road, heading to a farm nearby. To cut it short, we fell going around 5mph while I was waving at the cows… The entire village was watching this epic fall!