Malcolm De Chazal was an acclaimed Mauritian writer, painter and visionary popular for ‘Sens-Plastique’, a work that was made of several pensees and aphorisms. He was born in a French family and settled in Mauritius where he composed his works in French. After completing his graduation from the ‘Louisiana State College’ he worked as an agronomist on a few sugar ranches. He then started publishing his thoughts and ideas under the title ‘Pensees’. It was well-received by the masses and he further published various volumes which became the most notable work of his life called ‘Sens-Plastique’. He soon became a celebrated name in the literary world of France. All through his career, he has come up with various successful works including ‘La Compete Filtrée’ and ‘Poémes’ that proved his prowess as a writer. He was further advised by Georges Braque to take up painting as a career. Unlike the theoretical aphoristic character of his best-known compositions, his depictions focused on regular structures and scenes in a primitive, significant style. Go through the quotes and thoughts by Malcolm De Chazal to see life through the perspective of a legendary artist.