In search of Emmanuel Polanco

Posted on October 12th, by mbenaim in Eye Candy. No Comments

Emmanuel Polanco

Like many of our posts, we owe this internet-find to our incredible clumsiness. We search, we fail and in failing find something radically more exciting. Emmanuel Polanco is an illustrator who works in France, whose work we recognize from Philosophie Magazine, of all places.  We came upon his page on Computerlove, got really excited and began a frenzied search for Mr. Polanco’s homepage, formerly which is now defunct.

We are still posting some of his fabulous work, but make no mistake that this is now a full-on quest. Any information leading to the artists new whereabouts will be rewarded with much appreciation and an editorial pass to create your own post on our website. Ready? GO!








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