know-how with...

The alchemist craftsman

Luc Kieffer

"I was lucky enough to meet Delphine Garnier at a meeting of highly qualified master craftsmen, such as silk, goldsmiths, jewellers, ready-to-wear and decorators.

Very quickly, the Quatre Couleurs association created a very creative sympathy movement around various exhibitions. It is so pleasant to work with a director as passionate and dynamic as Delphine Garnier.

His fight to defend French craftsmanship but also creation, art and design is a passion that I have always defended.

I am very happy to share this desire with the Quatre Couleurs association, which is predominant and now indispensable in the world of artists.

Paper designer

Emeric Thibierge

"By imagining what could be the notebook of Steve Jobs or Karl Lagerfeld, I created the Thibierge Notebook. Contemporary, intuitive, design and dare I say it, intelligent. A notebook of its time".

"I met Delphine Garnier to my great pleasure. She puts herself in 4 (- colours) to help us in the accomplishment of our job. She helps us to carry out our projects by bringing together personalities and know-how for fruitful meetings.

Great art!

Very quickly the association helped us to multiply our encounters - with the calligrapher Stéphane Trillaud, or the jewellery alchemist Luc Kieffer. Discovering other talents that only need to cross paths to generate other creations.

What a great partnership!"


Stéphane Trillaud

All invitations to the opening will be calligraphied by a master calligrapher, Stéphane Trillaud. Captivated by the alchemy of colours and textures, he spent his Wednesday mornings from the age of 7 onwards at the School of Decorative Arts in Blois until the age of 13. More attracted by lettering, logos and graphic design, he abandoned figurative drawing to devote himself to the study of signs and symbols.

Caught up in his love of writing, he gradually turned to Latin calligraphy at the end of the 90s, first for his own pleasure, then to train as a master calligrapher. He has been teaching for 3 years and started his own business in 2013.

Master of prints

Stéphane Guilbault

Stéphane Guilbaud began his career as a lithographic printer in 1979 at the Desjobert studio. In 1985, he joined the Art Estampe studio, where he worked with renowned artists such as Zao Wou Ki, Olivier Debré, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Jean Tinguely and Arman. He set up his own business in 1995, before taking over as head of the Arts Litho studio in 1999. Drawing on the support of past encounters, he developed his network of clients abroad, eventually creating prints for museums, art galleries and publishers around the world.
A member of the Grands Ateliers de France, Stéphane Guilbaud was awarded the title of Maître d'Art in 2010.



The Escourbiac printing works was set up in Graulhet in 1963 by Michel Escourbiac, who was an orchestral musician at the time. A trumpet player with a passion for photography, he quickly became a specialist in photo books. In 1997, the printing works was taken over by his son Philippe, who was joined a few years later by his brother Alain, who was in charge of sales in Paris.

The Escourbiac printing works was awarded Imprim'vert certification in 2003. Three times winner of the Cadrat d'or (2003/2009/20014) Escourbiac is now out of the competition: a printing company cannot win more than three awards of this type.

The printing works will double its production area in 2019, thanks to a new building entirely covered in photovoltaic panels.

Jérôme Cordié, an art cabinetmaker, chooses his precious woods and materials... Listening to their density, their sensory, poetic and symbolic evocations. Hardwoods, ebony, rosewood, lemon, amaranth, amourette, light woods, sycamore, hornbeam, natural materials, shagreen, mother-of-pearl, parchment, lead him to the emotions of his moving memories, to the fascination of an intriguing unknown.




Jérôme Cordié