Marco Eychenne, born in Lyon, France, was a cartoonist by age 8 and a publicity poster producer (for his actor father) a few years later. He later spent over 10 years in Paris, a city that has had a profound impact on his art. Mr. Eychenne refers to himself as a “human sponge” - diverse influences such as French hip-hop, Japanese movies, landscaping and bonsai can be detected in his work, where beauty isn’t just skin deep. Marco Eychenne’s style radiates sensuality, intrigue, delicacy, and symbolism. He wishes his art to engage one’s eyes and to agitate one’s mind. Mr. Eychenne utilizes photography as the raw material for a unique technological graphic process. His digital collages are the result of a journey that begins with his imagination and ends with a contribution to a changing world.
Marco Eychenne received a Master of Fine Arts from the National Superior School of Decorative Arts in Paris, and currently lives in Sydney, Australia. He has provided campaigns for Fujitsu and Volkswagen, and Mr. Eychenne’s designs have been commissioned by various French performing artists.