Maëlle Doliveux is a French and Swiss illustrator who has lived all over the world, from New Jersey to New Zealand. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Nottingham in 2008 and graduated from the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay program at the School of Visual Arts in 2013. In her spare time, she enjoys cake sculpting, cape knitting, and making up fake hobbies for herself in her biographies.
She is also the co-founder, along with editor Josh O'Neill, of Beehive Books - a boutique publishing company focused on comics and illustration. She is the company's creative director and in-house designer.
Awards & Recognition:
Society of Illustrators Gold & Silver medal, SoI 55, SoI 57, Art Director's Club Silver Cube, American Illustration, CMYK Magazine, 3x3, Creative Quarterly, Visual Opinion magazine, Illustrative Young Illustrator's Award Nominee.
Her work has also been shown at the Korea Society of New York, the Monmouth Museum, the Mehu Gallery, Direktorenhaus (Berlin) and as part of the Society of Illustrators gallery at MoCCaFest 2013.