Hey! I’m Eric Tchijakoff. You’re welcome in the little word of my art project named “Destin de carte postale” (Destiny of a postcard) which aims to create art on both side of a postcard. This project is based on a “short story” I wrote and 12 littles texts like 12 destinations around the world (even on the Moon!).

All products, the 36 images you’ll can find in Redbubble have been created for “Destin de carte postale” by 6 talented artists coming from various horizons, Matylda Konecka (Poland), Toni Demuro (Italy), Denis Dubois French images maker, Tarmasz young french illustrator and tattoo maker, Florianne Vuillamy painter (France) and Shyle Zalewski (France).

All about Destin de carte postale is here

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La véritable histoire du "Destin de carte postale"

The true story of Destin de carte postale in English/US version / Lui qui n’a jamais foulé le tarmac en a eu assez d’observer depuis un coin de terrasse, les gros porteurs, les A320, A330, les Boeing, plusieurs générations de Boeing se faire la belle en bout de piste. / Lui qui n’a jamais pris l’avion va enfin décoller de son banc avec vue imprenable sur le terminal A. / T…
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The true story of "Destiny of a postcard"

He who has never walked the Tarmac has enough to see from the corner of the terrace, the huge carriers, the A320, A330, Boeing, multiple generations of Boeing, running away at the end of the runway. / He who has never taken a plane will finally take off from his bench with an unobstructed view of terminal A. / Everything is already impeccably coming together, lacking only authorization. So, he pu…
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Belledonne day after day, a motionless voyage in Alps

A very long time lapse, a year of pictures of the “Belledonne” mountains taken from my terrace in the french Alps / [Video]
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Concept of "Destin de carte"

The concept of “Destin de Carte postale” in 3 Stages / 1. A written postcard, that may be…repetitive, boring, even frightening, at the end of a pen, there are often few words, and they are so often the same ones that they loose their meaning. / And if the cards were written ahead of time with a message that encouraged travel, daydreaming, words that could even make us smile… / 2. When…
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