Eric Pillault is creative director based in Paris, France. He worked as a freelance graphic designer and DA in numerous magazines. He started to work with Terry Richardson, Nathaniel Goldberg, Mark Borthwick, for the magazine “20 ans” in 1996. In 2003, he set the tone of the monthly magazine “Jalouse”, which was a creative platform for many photographers, including Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Araki Nobuyoshi, Duane Michals and Homma Takashi.
In 2011, he successfully launched M le Monde magazine with Marie-Pierre Lannelongue. Neither an infotainment nor a woman magazine, M is mixing the best of information and style. The magazine has won many awards since its launch, captivating readers and advertisers by collaborating weekly with leading photographers such as Juergen Teller, Paolo Roversi, Peter Lindbergh, Mario Sorrenti, Alasdair McLellan, and Bruce Weber… Since April 2017, he decided to join CondéNast France to redesigned a new GQ formula with Béline Dolat and Ylias Nacer.
As an multidisciplinary artist, Eric is involved in many visual identity projects, design and brand consultancy – in the fields of contemporary art, fashion, luxury and culture... he also regularly conceives special edition of artists books.