Eric Sauvage is an independant still life photographer since 1986.
His quest for esthetism is based on his great technique and magnifies the subjets he turns into pictures. His approach is graphic, straight forward and searches to reveal realistic situations.
Eric Sauvage has a fully equiped studio in Paris and one in Geneva.
Eric Sauvage collaborates regularly with magazines on accessory series, jewelry and beauty subjects and has signed books for Girard Perregaux watches (Flammarion), Vacheron Constantin (Flammarion), Paneraï (Flammarion), et Cartier ‘s jewellery and Tank collection (Flammarion).
His work also includes ad campaigns for prestigious clients such as Cartier, Piaget, Chaumet, Yves Saint Laurent, Lancôme, Dior, Armani, Estee Lauder, Jaeger-Lecoultre, Nina Ricci, De Beers….
Eric is fascinated by cars and especially those of the 60-70’s , golden age of design.
This serie is a graphic and aesthetic quest by mixing the two parts of two different mythic cars : Aston Martin DB5, Maserati Mistral, Ferrari Dino, Jaguar Type E…
Eric tries to find nice design associations.