So this is a lot of fun! Great to see draftsmanship becoming so entertaining and enthusiastic – the energy in his ink works is astounding, and then combining those stark images with saturated colors only intensifies this effect. I’m loving the clear japanese influence here, especially his watercolor works remind me so much of Yoshitaka Amano but with a perfect addition of energy and less subtlety, which I actually prefer.
I can’t find a lot of info on him, but I can tell you he is quite popular in his home country of France, mainly for his work on Je suis morte, a story about a girl living in a world where death doesn’t exist – sounds cool. He is super prolific on his blog, so keep updated there to see more from him.
He has a few blogs, easily accessed by google, but this seems to be the most updated site: http://nemirishop.blogspot.no/