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Domitille Collardey (born 1981) is a French cartoonist and comic book designer. She is best known for her founding the Chicou-Chicou comics collective with Aude Picault. She currently lives in Paris and Brooklyn, NY.
Domitille graduated from les Arts Decoratifs de Paris in 2004.
Domitille founded and participated in the project Chicou-Chicou with Aude Picault, Lisa Mandel, Boulet and Erwann Surcouf for three years. A 485-page compilation of the artists' work was published by French publisher Delcourt in November 2008, in the Lewis Trondheim imprint Shampooing. Lewis Trondheim, Ruppert et Mulot and Émile Bravo have made guest appearances in the project Chicou-Chicou.
Domitille collaborated with journalist Jacques Braunstein on "Famille recompose toi" in 2008. Hachette Litératures
She is currently working on the adaptation of Jean Teulé's novel "The Suicide Shop" for French publisher Delcourt, with Olivier Ka.
She works for various press publications, such as Technikart, Beaux Arts Magazine, and Double.
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