Vincent Alran started his career in the graphic design, working for major French magazines such as Marie Claire, Vogue Homme, Pariscope.
After a few years his work is introduced by large events in the cultural domain and his posters become collector items in France.
When travelling to Italy Vincent starts working in studios in Milan and founds La Dolce Vita a major source of inspiration for his work.
He meets with Fellini and start designing filmposters for the Italian film industry.
When he returns to France he is intrigued by the work by Lautrec and Dufy in the French oeuvre, but Schnabel and Rauschenberg also influence his painting.
Alran loves La Dolce Vita and never fails to paint it again and again, showing his passion and love in this way.
The artist has a large number of followers and admirers who share his passion.
Vincent lives and works in Montmartre, Paris.