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Clotilde Perrin was born in the Vosges in France. Her father made paper by hand, her mother drew. In these mountains, wild beasts can be seen as well as imaginary beings. The dark fir trees of the Vosges forests have inspired Clotilde more than once.
From her childhood, she has fantastic memories of reading "Porculus" by Arnold Lobel, "Jacko" by John S. Goodall, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" by Roald Dahl, and "The Neverending Story" by Michael Ende. Clotilde was terrified by the monsters of Etienne Delessert and the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch. Thus began her journey into images and the desire to share them.
“Only the union of dream and reality can create a full and complete human life."
Video about Clotilde Perrin.
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