Victoria's Bar

We will have the privilege to have Cédric Léonard exposing some of his master piece!

Experimented as a graphic artist for several years,
the one who is known to be one of the most creative graphic designers of his generation, has an artist’s soul.
His work has always revealed a deeply modern intrinsic creativity and a perpetual search for modernity.

You need to be
true to yourself

Just like every other human on the planet, I have epically awesome days and days when life just turne against me. And while I can’t stand most self-help (see: tired quotes over stock photography on Instagram), sometimes I need a little pick-me-up. And most of the time, in order to get out of a slump (because my brain leans more into math/science than anything else), I need to drop a logic bomb on my ass.

Yes, this is a long article. But here’s the thing — if you’re reading this in your inbox and are already like, “fuck this!” delete it. No hard feelings. If you’re reading this in a browser on a website, and you see how tiny the scroll-bar is because of how far you still have to scroll to get to the bottom, close this tab and go back to 140-character tidbits of advice. Still with me? Phew. Just had to weed out all the folks from points: #1, #4 and #8. Welcome friends, onward we go.

Parcours d'Artiste

Le Parcours d’artiste.

It is a tradition: every edition of the artist’s brings a novelty. In 2017 Cédric Léonard and Pierre Moreau whom are from Jette had the honour to display their artwork in a more important way in the Abbey of Dieleghem.

You need to be
true to yourself

The exhibition was launched on April 8th a nice beginning of the artistic week end of April 22nd and 23rd. The artwork of the young artist from Jette Cédric Leonard shows a deep and modern creativity, with a continuous research of the spirit of the century. The artist walks the visitor and spectators in his reality and offers him another look on our society. His artwork reflect an oversized world where weakness also has also its place, true giant with feet of loam.