French artist and illustrator, Aurore de La Morinerie graduated as a fashion designer from the Ecole superieure des Arts appliques Duperre, in Paris. At the same time, she attends class of calligraphy and Chinese painting during several years. This education, to which she dedicated herself, lead her to China and Japan. This training was central in the construction of her style which favors execution and precision, clearing her work of any narrative and trivial aspect. She attempts to transcribe the inner essence of beings and things in a more allusive than descriptive way. Besides, using of the technique of the monotype, she plays with the random which disrupts and enriches the rigor of her line. Her work often tends towards abstraction especially in the fields of furniture design and architecture.