Alexis Lippstreu lives in La Pommeraie (Hainaut, Belgium) and attends the creative workshop led by Bruno Gérard. His interest in drawing is complemented by an obsessive repetition of the themes chosen from Manet, Gauguin or Seurat. These masters do not attract him for a precise technique but rather for the imagery they have created. Raw, strong and speechless, they penetrate Alexis’ mind, who gives them a filtered, refined substance in which humans have an important role. The formal stereotype given to bodies is misleading to the distracted eye. Rich in diverse expressions, each schematic presence has their own life, which individualizes them in their false twinning. Centered on a few details, the graphics of Alexis are economical and give way to a great breathability of composition. There is a radiographic softness in his being as a designer.