He met another sculptor at an exhibition: Guillaume Séauve, who is now a friend of his. They have since worked together on a collaborative artistic project which they signed "GT": vanities.
The two artists shake up certainties and our collective imagination by forcing upon us the idea of a skull as a symbol of life and by adding a clown's nose as a carnal element. These vanities distort the representation of death and the precariousness of human passions. The skulls are shaped from resin or cast from bronze and are produced in a limited edition.
Toni Chartier learnt how to use various materials: bronze, wood, metal, mud, stone, etc. to produce furniture designed and manufactured as works of art. His rigour, attention to detail and expertise stand out in his many achievements. He is a young artist who will continue to impress.