Living in his parents’ apartment situated on Dapples Avenue in Lausanne, after a period of convalescence, Loupot is ready to enter into professional life.
His drawings were published for the first time in 1916. Examples include his work for concert programs. Later, his drawings feature in press advertisements — in the Feuille d’Avis de Lausanne. Swiss artists were fascinated by construction, composition and internal logic, and not so much by narrative and anecdote.
In its radical form, this school rejects all human intervention, concentrating solely on the object itself: perfect for ensuring the emphasis lay on the product at hand.