Quick Facts of
- First NameAlexandre
- Middle Namede
- Last Name Meyer
- Net Worth$ 1 million
- Height5 Feet 11 inches
Alexandre de Meyer is professionally a graphic designer who is famous for designing the blueprints for Michelin Museum. He is also known for his relationship with actress Danielle Colby.
Short-Bio Of Alexandre de Meyer
Alexandre de Meyer was born in the middle-class French family in the city of Viron, France. He is of French nationality; however, his ethnicity is unknown. Apart from this, there is no information about his early life, parents, siblings, and education.
As per the sources, he was interested in art since his childhood days which led him to choose his career in the same field.
He has a tall height of 5 feet 11 inches and his body weight is around 75 kg.
How Is His Relationship With Danielle Colby Going On?
Well, Alexandre de Meyer and Danielle Colby (American reality TV personality, dancer, and fashion designer) are no more together. They shared the wedding vows on February 14, 2015, after 4 years of a dating relationship.
They shared the wedding vows in a very secret ceremony; however, later on, they divorced. Also, they have shared two kids. But the details on thier kids are unavailable.
Following this, Danielle started her relationship with Jeremy Scheuch and on the other hand, Alexandre has preferred to keep his life private.
His Net Worth and Career
Alexandre de Meyer has a estimated net worth of $1 million which he has collected from his career as a graphic designer. In the USA, the average salary of a graphic designer is around $46,900, so he also might be receiving his salary in the same range.
While talking about his career, he was interested in art since his childhood days and later on, decided to pursue his career in it. As of now, he is a well renowned graphic designer and has his own printing shop in Chicago. At the beginning of his career, he created different arts in posters, a T-shirt, cover artwork, and so on.
Later on, he decided to start his business on social media platforms and started running his own website. He got inspiration in art from the radiation American tattoos from the 1960s and 1970s. Later on, he developed his own traditional and digital technology.
One of his most notable works was designing the blueprints for Michelin Museum. Also, he has a screen printing shop in Chicago. Also for his ex-wife, he has created the logo of a clothing boutique, 4 Miles 2 Memphis.