Gerard Garust (FR. Gérard Garouste; b. March 19, 1946, Paris) is a contemporary French artist, painter, Illustrator, designer, muralist,postmodernist. The artist critics refer to hypermagnesuria (or anachronism).
Gerard Garust one of the most expensive French artists, and one of the most versatile. As an Illustrator he worked on "don Quixote" of Cervantes, "the divine Comedy" by Dante, on "Gargantua and Pantagruel" Rabelais and even above the Bible. According to the project of Garusta the designer had created the curtain in the châtelet theater, he participated in the design of the National library of France, the brush has a light in one of the halls of the Elysee Palace. As a sculptor, Garut participated in the design of the Cathedral in Ivry.