Théo Guignard is a French illustrator based in Paris. His passion for drawing appeared at an early age, thanks to his father who was an architect; his inspiration comes mostly from architecture and cinema. After studying at the prestigious Gobelins school in Paris, Theo started working for animated series, and created three animated short movies (‘Mon Ami le Robot’, ‘Grand Central’ , ‘Eclipse’). His cinematographic vision and his attention to composition are defining his style, as well as his colorful geometric characters — often robots.
Theo Guignard illustrated ten literary science-fiction masterpieces, for the special ‘Pop culture’ edition of the magazine Le Point. He revisited, with a modern graphic twist, the worlds of Aldous Huxley, Ursula Le Guin, and even Jules Vernes. The cover of the magazine is inspired by the 1980’s sci-fi movies aesthetics (Blade Runner, Akira, Tron).