Jean Jullien and the Allure of Abstraction


Sometimes, I like to see art because of the intrinsic beauty found in its execution of artistic virtues such as meticulous detailing or loyalty to realism, and other times, I appreciate the way it expands the boundaries of my capabilities for imagination.

In the name of art of the latter form, see here a short film:

The Coward – Statues, explores moral permissiveness and embarks on an abstract discourse on primitive attraction– the beauties or rather, curiosities involved in all that’s mating, lust, love, and sex.

Directed by Β the estimable illustrator, Jean Jullien, and his brother, Nicolas Jullien.


*not for the monastic hearted*

Freaky, maybe. Questionable, yes. Beautiful, too.


I appreciate a man with a great imagination.

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Check out some of Jean’s saleable works here!





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