Olivier Raynaud, it is a vocation early and assertive designer.
He published his first drawing in the magazine Pilote. At the age of seven
A few years later, after studying at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Olivier Raynaud began a cartoonist career columnist and cartoonist, through the entire French and international press.
For example: The Tribune, VSD, Le Matin, Les Echos, Le Quotidien de Paris, Le Figaro, Le Monde, Le Nouvel Economiste, and Corriere della Sera in Italy and Le Soir in Belgium or the TV news TF1.
In 1987, the Varine-Gincourt gallery devotes an exhibition, Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
He participated in the biggest festivals of the world (Montreal, Berlin, Bordighera, Gabrovo …) and exhibits in 1989 at the Salon of French Artists, Grand Palais.
While maintaining a passion for journalism, Olivier Raynaud is gradually moving towards other areas of activity, publishing, communication and advertising.
In 1999, he was appointed Judicial Expert to the Court of Appeal of Paris, in the class property Literary and Artistic as specialist press cartoons and humor.