- Dated: July 2010
- Media: The Fine Magazine
Alain Godon’s unique art works stand alone as a singular form of expression, developed within a motif comprised of Godon’s own visual language. Images are constructed employing bright colours to display the artist’s whimsical imagination. Stylistically, Godon has developed his approach by the incorporation of stylised, cartoon-like characters coupled with French native nuances derived from his early days of drawing in front of the Louvre as a chalk-wielding, street pop art painter in Paris.