Quebec, QC, Canada
Katrinn’s delicate and poetic images start out as watercolour or ink blotches on tracing paper. She then adds clean lines to give life to her characters, which are influenced by urban life and fashion. Besides being fascinated with childhood things, she has a fondness for the 1950s aesthetic and also takes inspiration from vintage items, which lends a fresh quality to her work.
L'Oréal / La Roche-Posay Canada
Illustrations signed Katrinn Pelletier for the 40th anniversary of the cosmetic brand La Roche-Posay. Katrinn was requested by Orange Tango agency to create a main illustration including the water drop from the logo of the brand. Some portraits of dermatologists and of a family were also illustrated as testimonies for the promotion of skin care products. Katrinn's illustrations were used on several promotional tools (as a beautiful water bottle) distributed this Summer via the 30 day moisturization challenge contest and also promotional events gathering skin care professionals.
Reader's Digest Magazine
Here is a very sensitive and beautiful series of illustrations by Katrinn Pelletier for an article about the story of a man, Dan Rubinstein, who accepted to change his life to make it better after a serious knee injury. The article titled Gone strolling is published in the April issue of Reader’s Digest magazine.
The graphic design and the artistic direction for the packaging of the 2011 campaing of Cacharel for Mother's Day (L'Oreal luxe France), for their series of feminine fragrances, were provided by Colagene, graphic design clinic. The illustrator from Quebec, Katrinn Pelletier, created the illustration and interior pattern parts, as well as all the color variations. For Mother's Day, Cacharel choses to express the fresh, romantic and feminine spirit of their fragrances with the purity and the romanticism of delicate flowers.
Advertising campaign for the official presentation of the 2010-2011 edition of the Remparts, the Quebec City hockey team.
La Vie de Château Magazine
The tour continues in the great province now with an illustration created by Katrinn Pelletier for an article about Château Frontenac, emblematic and historic monument in Quebec City, which is also a famous hotel where celebrities from industries such as music are used to stay when they stop by the city.
Quebec Science Magazine
After the map of Florida, it is now the turn of the North of Quebec's map that Katrinn Pelletier illustrated for the very last issue of the Quebec Science Magazine. This publication is especially about this huge area where are living mostly native people and which is also coveted for its natural resources.
One illustration for the article Taking the lead for the magazine Midwives in the UK.
My North Pole