A Cartoonist Captures Her Experiences as a Pole Dancer in 20 Comics

Juliette Taka is a French illustrator and author. She is known for her work in the field of pole dance, and she has written a book about her experiences as a pole dancer called “Pole Dance, Ma Vie en Equilibre”. Taka was born in Paris, France, in 1988. She studied illustration at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. After graduating, she began working as an illustrator for various magazines and newspapers.

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#1. Physical Therapy

#2. On a daily basis

#3. Making Excuses

#4. Best Outfit

#5. Normal people vs pole dancer

In 2012, Taka started practicing pole dancing. She quickly fell in love with the sport, and she began to document her experiences in a blog. Her blog became popular, and she was eventually approached by a publisher to write a book about her experiences. Taka’s book, “Pole Dance, Ma Vie en Equilibre”, was published in 2015. The book is a personal account of Taka’s journey into pole dancing. She discusses the challenges and rewards of the sport, and she also shares her tips and advice for other aspiring pole dancers.

#6. Nail Polish

#7. Which one is difficult?

#8. How impressive is this?

#9. Good side vs bad side

#10. Different Personalities

#11. New Bruises!

Taka is a passionate advocate for pole dancing. She believes that pole dancing is a challenging and rewarding sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. She is committed to promoting pole dancing as a healthy and empowering activity. Taka’s book was a critical and commercial success. It was translated into several languages, and it won several awards, including the Prix du Jury at the Salon du Livre de Paris. In addition to her work as an illustrator and author, Taka is also a pole dance instructor. She teaches classes in Paris, and she also offers online courses.

#12. The world must know

#13. Superman

#14. Different Perspectives

#15. Flexed Feet

#16. Pole Dancer

#17. Summer Break

In a world that can sometimes feel overwhelming, Juliette Taka’s comics offer a soothing and uplifting perspective. Her art reminds us to slow down, appreciate the little things, and find humor and joy in our daily lives. She has the ability to bring out the humor and charm in everyday life experiences that resonate with her 111,000 audience. We see ourselves in her comics, finding comfort in the shared experiences of joy, love, and the quirks of existence. Her work is a testament to the power of art to capture the beauty and decency of our experiences, making her a beloved cartoonist who spreads warmth and smiles with every comic.

#18. At Work

#19. Full body workout

#20. Regret

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