Montreal, QC, Canada
Marie-Eve Tremblay is a travel junkie who finds inspiration in her trips abroad, be it from nature or situations in everyday life. Her take on the world is full of affection and humour, and her images are set apart by their warm tones, curious candour, and gentle whimsy.
Coup de Pouce and Laval University Contact Magazine
Here is a new illustration by Marie-Eve Tremblay for Laval University Contact Magazine. She illustrated, again with a lot of humor, an article about people who are happy to serve the Scientific Research by offering their services as human guinea-pigs.
Below, is following another illustration of a female tightrope walker holding a friend of hers in her hand. This one was creating, still by Marie-EVe, for a new Coup de Pouce Magazine Personal Life column, in which some advices to help your friends without getting personally affected are given.
Coup de Pouce Magazine
Editorial illustration, digital & drawing style, to accompagny an article on how to say no, for Coup de Pouce Magazine.
Government of Canada
Easter Island, Cuba, Paris.. There's a smell of holiday in the air! Here is a series of touristic locations illustrated by Marie-Eve Tremblay for different information tools (Facebook page, brochures, mobile apps, etc.) including the travel.gc.ca website created on the Government of Canada's initiative and addressed to Canadians travelling or living abroad.
Series of 4 corporative illustrations for Roche Bobois New York, these illustrations will appear in the private section of the website and can only be viewed by the client's members. Project produced in collaboration with Espresso Communication & Design.
Illustrated book for Éditions Mic Mac
Marie-Eve was the first at the clinic to work with the publishing company Éditions Mic Mac for a fully illustrated children book. Here are some excerpts from the book COW la petite vache cache ses taches (the small cow hiding her spots), the story of a well determined cow. She also illustrated the book Cocci la petite coccinelle cherche ses taches (the small ladybug looking for her spots).
Max Malo à Vol d'Oiseau - Québec Amérique Publishers
Marie-Eve Tremblay was chosen to illustrate Max Malo's new adventures in the third tome of the series titled à vol d'oiseau and written by Bertrand Gauthier. The book is published by Québec Amérique jeunesse.