After graduating from Les Beaux Arts in Paris and La Cambre in Brussels, Alix Waline began to draw on all kinds of surfaces. She likens her drawing to a form of embroidery, seeing the brush strokes as stitches forming an abstract landscape.
During an artist residency in Thailande, Waline experimented large scale in-situ drawings for the first time.
On returning to Paris, Alix Waline was commissioned by interior designers Gilles & Boissier to create murals for the Kinugawa restaurants, The Chess Hotel in Paris and the Moncler store in Seoul. Waline also regularly receives commissions for private homes, and her murals can be seen in the Roca and Table restaurants in Paris. She has recently completed a large scale drawing for Diptyque's Paris store.
Alix Waline has also designed a collection of rugs and carpets edited by Pinton and a wallpaper, "Fade To Grey", exclusively for Chiara Colombini.