Jean-Manuel Duvivier is a French illustrator who lives and works in Brussels.
His work has appeared worldwide in numerous newspapers and magazines (the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the Guardian, Le Monde, Libération, Cosmopolitan, Marie-Claire, les Echos, Piaui, etc..), corporate communications (Air France, IBM, Rabobank, Fluxys, British Airways, Leroy-Merlin, etc..) and children books (Yale University Press, Gallimard, Flammarion, Bayard Edition, Mango, Syros, Editions Hatier, etc..)
He is head of the graphic design and illustration department at La Cambre School of Visual Arts in Brussels.
He is currently creating 12 murals for the new department of Oncology at the Emma’s Children Hospital in Amsterdam.
He is represented in the United States by Garance.