Lia Vé (Villevieille) is a french artist based in Lyon (born 1989 in Aix-Provence). Her multidisciplinary work incorporates drawing, watercolor, collage, embroidery, and installation. She also works in graphic design and contemporary jewelry. She depicts floating scenes where daily life is never free of absurdities and occult attitudes. Her fragile figures have morphological deviations and senseless gestures, questioning the boundaries between sweetness and cruelty. Her world is full of esoteric, feminine and horrific evocations but takes on important comical dimension. She received a Master's degree of Fine Arts with honors from University of Marseille, for the publication of a Memoir about monstruous representation in art, and perturbation in graphic design. Her work have been published in alternative graphic zines such Laurence 666 (Mauvaise Foi), Mort-Né fanzine, and Tranchée Racine (United Dead Artists).