Peter de Sève

Peter de Sève is an American artist who has worked in the illustration and animation fields. He has drawn many covers for the magazine The New Yorker. As a character designer, he worked on the characters of A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo, Robots, the four Ice Age films (including Scrat), and on the main animal character E.B. (voiced by Russell Brand) in the 2011 Easter themed comedy film Hop. Most recently, he designed the characters for Arthur Christmas, for which he was nominated for Annie Award.  He received the National Cartoonists Society Magazine Illustration Award for 2000. He is part of the Directors Collective Hornet Incorporated company.


Peter’s films include:

– The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
– The Prince of Egypt (1998)
– Mulan (1998)
– A Bug’s Life (1998)
– Tarzan (1999)
– Ice Age (all five films)
– Finding Nemo (2003)
– Robots (2005)
– The Little Prince (2015)


Sunday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction

Saturday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction

The Art of The New Yorker with Carter Goodrich and Peter de Seve  SOLD OUT

Cleere's Theatre Bar

Between them, Carter and Peter have been responsible for more than 50 covers for the The New Yorker Magazine. Come and see this hugely entertaining and illuminating chat exploring the inspiration, techniques, perils and pitfalls of coming up with the iconic images that sometimes reflect the very psyche of a nation in chassis (as well […]


Friday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction