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A Parisian Artist Draws Where’s Waldo-esque Labyrinths Full of Robots

Theo Guignard draws labyrinths full of automatons, animals, and abstracted humans.

by Beckett Mufson
04 April 2017, 1:21am

Instagram via @theo.guignard

Whether he's drawing a suburban neighborhood, a day at the zoo, or an industrial robot assembly line, French artist Theo Guignard's illustrations are easy to get lost in. His drawings are dense, often packed with characters Where's Waldo-style or maze-like geometric shapes. Guignard pulls in work for magazines like Usbek & Rica, and created a short animated film for Lyft last year. His true fascination seems to lie with robots, including multiple sci-fi worlds in his 2015 book Labyrinths, and tiny androids in several Adventure Time-esque commissions. He also released intricate illustrations of giant robots to tease a new book called Titans, out later this year. Check out his work in the Instagrams below.

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