After studying Fine Art in Lyon, Delphine LeBourgeois graduated with a Masters in Illustration from Central St Martins in 2005. Her work, which is created with a diverse range of media such as ink, pen, pencil, watercolour, collage, screen-print and digitally, always begins with a collage of found elements; sources such as comic books or scenes from classical painters such as Botticelli. In this way she creates playful and at times scornful, commentaries on society and culture at large. Her feminist series, which include 'The Girl Has a Gun' and more recent works for her 2019 Pink Collection, explore female emancipation and gender politics.
She has exhibited across the globe - in the UK, Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong and New York - and has collaborated with the likes of EA Games, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Amnesty International, Le Monde, Soho House and L'Obs.