From her Parisian studio, Anaïs works to bring paper to life. She models the papier-mâché, cuts out the colored, gold, or airbrushed paper, and glues the petals and scales one by one. At home, foxes have 8 legs, pangolins have 6 eyes, and even flowers have eyes. Monsters, decorations and objects come to life little by little. This magical universe comes to life in stop motion or is fixed by photography.
Before becoming the Dr. Frankenstein of paper, Anaïs was artistic director in an advertising agency. For several years now, she has been making brand content, set design, showcases, illustrations, book objects, all of that in paper of course.