Left to Right: Coco, Philippe, Bbpantone
Who am I? Those who are getting to know me always say “ you’re a born natural”. I began drawing and making collages while listening to music, all sorts of music : classical, rock and roll, punk, world music, you name it. At the time I drew clothing for children, women, men and then, by chance, one day I found myself in front of an old U-matic editing table – the dinosaur of all editing tables. Since I also love cooking, I ended up entertaining film crews, looking for healthy yet exotic food, while continuing my editing activities on various different subjects. My husband trained me to become a graphic designer. Somehow it seems that I also had something to communicate in this field of activity … And then one day editing became possible with the computer, so I followed that path and my career moved on to computer graphics. I sat through a lot of training courses, and when I learned all about 3D, it was sheer torture. I pursued, but 3D and I don’t really make a pair, so I went on to editing and special effects and I said goodbye to … this damn 3D nowadays, I’m still working on my collages, I film a lot for content and take lots of pictures when I travel, which is often. My ambition is to design your living room walls with my animated images, customizing your space after your own image. Brigitte Mercier alias Bbpantone
December 2013 Coiling is one of the most ancient techniques used in ceramics.
My piece is handcrafted using pinching and coiling techniques. Then I smooth it with a shiny pebble from the river.
Crispy plates by bbpantone
June 2013 HERO and ART // Brigitte Mercier alias BBPANTONE // CONTRIBUTION
Description: There are the guardians of the common good who watch over us and safeguard equilibrium. Discover those new Heroes at Revolutionart.
The Yellow Dress – bbpantone for Bee-impresionism – May,2013
December, 2011 – My last contribution this year……..REVOLUTIONART CONTRIBUTORS : Bbpantone —– Issue 33 – Stop War PAGE 34
Bbpantone’s Gallery on Flickr
Belfort 14th to 21st August 2010
Reflexion Kaparov, March 2010 printed on Zinc
Once I saw 3 Japonese Women at Musée Rodin, January 2010
Self portrait, 2009 (composite printed on canvasses 70×50 cm)
Rendez-vous chez Valentin, 2009 (composite printed on canvasses 70×50 cm)
Him in a plate, 2009 (composite printed on canvasses 70×50 cm)