Selected editorial work created by French freelance illustrator Bruno Mangyoku.

Bruno Mangyoku is a French freelance illustrator, animator, and director who’s currently working in a Parisian studio. During the past years, he has created illustrations and short animations for a variety of international clients mostly from the publishing industry. His vivid style is influenced by pop-cultural elements and things from everyday life.

A fine selection of editorial illustrations from 2018 and 2019 can be found below. For more of his creative work, please visit Bruno Mangyoku’s portfolio on Behance or follow this talented illustrator on Instagram.

Still and animated greeting cards created by Bruno Mangyoku for accounting firm Becouze.
Still and animated greeting cards created for accounting firm Becouze.
Still and animated greeting cards created for accounting firm Becouze.
Still and animated greeting cards created for accounting firm Becouze.
Editorial illustration by Bruno Mangyoku made for Norwegian magazine Obos Bladet
Editorial illustration made for Norwegian magazine Obos Bladet.
 Life & Time article headers illustrated for The Telegraph.
Life & Time article headers illustrated for The Telegraph.
Illustration for the Japanese edition of Forbes magazine.
Illustration by Bruno Mangyoku for the Japanese edition of the Forbes magazine.
A series of editorial illustrations created for Metaleap Creative, a modern reformation magazine.
A series of editorial illustrations created for Metaleap Creative, a modern reformation magazine.
Artwork made by Bruno Mangyoku for the Medium online magazine.
Artwork made for the Medium online magazine.
Illustrations made by Bruno Mangyoku for The Daring Escape.
Illustrations made for The Daring Escape.
Illustration made by Bruno Mangyoku for The Daring Escape.
Illustration made for The Daring Escape.
Illustration made by Bruno Mangyoku for The Daring Escape.
Illustration made for The Daring Escape.

All images © by French illustrator Bruno Mangyoku. Check out other inspiring illustration projects on WE AND THE COLOR.

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