an illustrated journey of an american in paris
Right in time to ring in the holidays, it is my latest publication Punchs et rhums arrangés, Editions Marabout!
It is a tutti frutti exploration somewhere between fantasy and reality, captured beautifully by photographer Richard Boutin.
Including 30 recipes for punch, infused rhum and cocktail-inspired finger foods, it inspires the libations and imaginations of the holidays to come.
In French bookstores November 4th, 2015.
Preorder a copy here.
Vogue’s 5 Best Coffee Shops in Paris, but more on that here.
I have been camping out in my work cave as of late. But I have a good reason. I am thrilled to announce my forthcoming book Edible Paradise from Rizzoli New York‘s Universe imprint! It’s a fully ripened coloring book of seasonal fruits and vegetables ready to be attacked with sharpened colored pencils. Edible Paradise will delight any curious foodie, green-thumbed enthusiast, broccoli-phobic child or anyone in need of unplugging and reconnecting with the edible plant world.
Nevertheless, mark your calendar for the release, February 9th, 2016. Although it is always best to purchase Edible Paradise from a local bookstore, preorder a copy here on Amazon today.
In the meantime, savor all the summer fruit and veg you can eat!
I begrudgingly checked my email after hitting the snooze button 8 times on a recent Monday morning. And it was a commission from The High Priestess of Style with a capital S, Vogue.com. Can you please take a look to confirm this is real?
Tour de France Food Tour: How to Eat (and Drink!) Your Way Through the Race
12 Unexpected-But-Delicious Hot Dog Toppings to Try This Fourth of July
Sweet confections in designer duds.
Lindsey Tramuta puts it into much more eloquent words in our collaboration for T Magazine.
French haute pâtisserie gets a relooking thanks to this spring’s freshest designer collaborations.
But more on that here.
Order a copy here. Or preferably at the local bookstore.
I am truly delighted to share my recent illustrations for Nespresso’s partnership with the Festival de Cannes.
Four acclaimed chefs were invited to create a course inspired by a classic, Cannes-celebrated film.
In the Mood for Love reinterpreted by Pierre Sang Boyer.
La Dolce Vita according to Mauro Colagreco.
Amandine Chaignot revisits Pulp Fiction.
Christrophe Aribert’s Un Homme Une Femme.
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My latest in Alla Carta Magazine.
Photos: Romain Bernardie James
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