Check out the winners of our Titane x MUBI Creative Brief

We challenged you to create an automotive-inspired portrait of Agathe Rousselle: the results didn’t disappoint.

Little White Lies

We’re big fans of Julia Ducournau’s automotive body horror Titane here at LWLies, and couldn’t be happier to have teamed up with MUBI to celebrate its release on their platform as of March 16 (today!)

For our latest creative brief, we set our readers the challenge of creating a portrait of lead actor Agathe Rousselle as Alexia, incorporating some element of the film’s mechanical imagery, and we were absolutely thrilled with the results, which showcased a wide range of creativity, imagination and talent.

Alas, there can only be one winner – Chloe Davis wowed us with her striking entry, mixing vivid colours with a gorgeous portrait of Agathe. We feel Chloe really captured the spirit of Titane. Bravo! Chloe will receive a £250 tattoo voucher from Sophie Mo, and a whole year of MUBI GO.

We also picked four runners up, who will each receive a year’s subscription to MUBI, and you can see their entries below.

You can watch Titane on MUBI in the UK and Ireland from today, and get 30 days of MUBI entirely free. Look out for our next creative brief on the LWLies website soon!

Published 16 Mar 2022

Tags: Agathe Rousselle Julia Ducournau Titane

Suggested For You


By Sam Bodrojan

All hail the new flesh in Julia Ducournau’s dreamlike fable of a fractured young dancer grappling with the fire inside her.

review LWLies Recommends

LWLies 91: The Titane issue – On sale now!

By Hannah Strong

Buckle up and say a Hail Mary as we take a peek under the hood of Julia Ducournau’s visceral Palme d’Or winner.

Could you create a portrait inspired by the automotive imagery of Titane?

By Little White Lies

Our favourite film of 2021 is heading to MUBI, and to celebrate, we’re challenging you to create a portrait of Agathe Rousselle inspired by the film’s mechanical imagery.

Little White Lies Logo

About Little White Lies

Little White Lies was established in 2005 as a bi-monthly print magazine committed to championing great movies and the talented people who make them. Combining cutting-edge design, illustration and journalism, we’ve been described as being “at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement.” Our reviews feature a unique tripartite ranking system that captures the different aspects of the movie-going experience. We believe in Truth & Movies.