This series by Ludovic Boulard Le Fur was inspired by his passion for collecting trading cards. He made the series in the train during one year because he was spending more time in transports than anywhere.

Ludovic Boulard Le Fur, 38 years old, lives and works in France. Graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2008, he made a scholarship during six months in Canberra, Australia during his studies.

Since his childhood trough drawing and painting he explores images from unconscious.


In the magazine we show a selection from two series. First series: “Collector Cards” is from 2013, this series was inspired by is passion for collecting trading cards. The original (10 x 15 cm each) are made by spray and posca and molotov painting markers, he made these in the train during one year because we was spending more time in transports than anywhere.


You can see more work on his website, from his most recent works to his more ancient ones /

Artworks / Ludovic Boulard Le Fur


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