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Quentin Dron black and white photography. man with long hair and white shirt.


Hi! I'm Quentin, a French-Australian Visual Creator based in Sydney.

With 10 years of experience as a graphic designer, motion designer, illustrator, and artist, I bring a diverse set of skills to the table. In my artistic pursuits, I explore familial bonds, children's fears, and the concept of home. If you're curious to learn more about me, please explore this page—you might be pleasantly surprised.

I'm open to collaborating on various projects to bring your visual ideas to life, combining your desires with my vision.

"I believe whatever doesn't kill you, simply makes you... stranger" JOKER


Oulala. You might have guessed it from seeing my various works, but my culture is essentially French. From Asterix comics to Metal Hurlant magazines, from Pialat's naturalistic cinema to Gaspar Noe's mind-bending trips, from Gericault's masterful paintings to Louise Bourgeois' spiders, and so on and so forth. I am often reminded that I am French in the way I revolt and live everything with passion.

French waving flag. blue, white and red.
Puma football jersey home and away. Adobe sponsor. Quentin Dron logo and colors.

FOOTBALL (not soccer)

It's when you wake up at 4 am on Mondays to watch your team play a simple league match that you realize this sport is a more significant part of you than you thought.

While it often begins in childhood on the family couch as a way to spend time with an absent father, it doesn't stop there. We idolise players and experience joys as intense as the sorrows can be painful. These overwhelming emotions, I've only truly felt them through football, and only with my team. Thanks, Dad, and come on OM (Olympique de Marseille)!


No, it's not a Pokémon from my collection; it's my knightfish, the one in one of my favorite paintings, Bosch's triptych "The Garden of Earthly Delights." Since I was little, this painting has fascinated me. How could Bosch imagine all these creatures around 1500? I always research the mysteries surrounding the artist and this painting whenever I come across content on the subject.

A knight fish with a sword and a red jacket from a Jerome Bosh painting named The garden of Earthly Delight.
The comic book named Black Hole by Charles Burns.
Retro Batman comic book cover named Batman Robin and Batgirl Challenge of the Man-bat!
The jacket of the Playstation one game named Heart of Darkness. A boy with a laser gun and his dog fight black shadows demons.


Comics, retro gaming, toys, or anything related to Batman. This could be the longest section of my website, considering how much I have to share. Culture is above everything for me, far above experience or technique.

I mainly collect to share and to remember. If an artist is to shape the present and the future, they must first understand their past.

The red power rangers without mask with his long silver sword.


After a 2-month stay in South America, I brought back memories of places like Iguazu and experiences like the River vs. Boca football game, but also a habit: drinking Maté.

¡Che boludo!

This journey, particularly in Brazil, transformed into an exhibition blending photos and sketches from my travel notebook.

mate herb, straw and pot.



Jodorowsky's Dune (2013) by Frank Pavich

The Name of the Rose (1986) by Jean-Jacques Annaud 

Permanent Vacation (1980) by Jim Jarmusch


Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) by Linwood Boomer

Breaking bad (2008-2013) by Vince Gilligan

Mad Men (2007-2015) by Matthew Weiner


Alive (1991) by Pearl Jam

Le temps de vivre (1969) George Moustaki

Ripple (1970) by Grateful dead


Mauvaise reputation (2006) by Joey Starr

Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (1840)  by Edgar Allan Poe

The Catcher in the Rye (1951) J. D. Salinger


Untitled-skull (1982) by Jean-Michel Basquiat

The Garden of Earthly Delights (1495–1505) by Jerome Bosh

Self-portrait (1971) by Francis Bacon



Black hole (1995–2005) by Charles Burns

Ghost World (1993-1997) by Daniel Clowes

Monsieur Ferraille (2001) by Winshluss


Heart of Darkness (1998) Playstation 1 by Amazing Studio

Heavy Rain (2010) Playstation 3 by Quantic Dream

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (2003) Game Cube by Nintendo



Pasta with butter

Pasta with salt

Pasta with ham

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