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There we go for 2018!

Happy New Year to all! May this year be rocked by creativity, love, health, success and harmony between all on our planet. Thank you again for your loyalty. We remain ready for new challenges together.

In January: Benoit Tardif does some ads for Mini Wheats of Kellogg's, Steve Scott illustrates for Bruneau, Bomboland dresses Mount Royal Avenue, Tonwen Jones creates Fairmont market's map, Catherine joins our team and starts an internship within our creative clinic at Montreal, and many other news.. Without forgetting our "Cosmos" wallpaper signed by Oscar Llorens.

- The creative and the agents of your creative clinic

Benoit Tardif / The Mini-Wheats Hot Milk Man campaign / Canada

Benoit Tardif created with the Leo Burnett agency the branding for the Kellogg's Canada Mini-Wheats truck for the Hot Milk Man campaign. On a chilly morning in Canada, one town got a surprise visit from the Hot-Milk Man. And the rest was history... see here the short commercial video.

Tonwen Jones / Maison 1608 / Québec

In cooperation with Maison 1608, Tonwen Jones illustrated the Marché Artisans market map found in the Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth Hotel for the first issue of Gazette d'exploration gourmande.

Kelly Schykulski / Acome, 16th Symposium

Kelly Schykulski created the image of the next symposium of Acome (1st cooperative French industrial company, and leading player in the cable, wires and sunthethic tube market) which will take place from May 8th to 13th 2018 in San Francisco with an immersive route of a day in the Silicon Valley.

Florent Hauchard / America / France

Florent Hauchard illustrates a double spread page on Chicago for the last issue of the America magazine. The article states that the city is profoundly broken and segregated between the Downtown district which represents the rich district and the South Side, the poor and dangerous area of Chicago.

Bomboland / Mount-Royal Avenue

The holiday season was festive on Mount-Royal Avenue in the famous district of the Plateau in Montreal. L'Atelier Chinotto chose a cut paper look and signed Bomboland to illustrate the promotional campaign of this past year's Christmas activities on The Avenue. Posters, brochures and banners colored one of the favorite avenues of the Montrealers.

Welcome Catherine for your internship

At Colagene we believe in the continuity! A beautiful encounter gave birth to an internship in the creative clinic of Montreal. Catherine got a Bachelor's in business administration at Université du Québec à Montréal. After working in customer service with her family, she discovered the entrepreneurial fiber and decided to study in business. Constantly looking for new challenges, she loves to learn and get out of her comfort zone. Passionate about photography, music and fashion, creativity is a big part of her personality. Catherine joined the Colagene Montreal team to complete an internship in business development as an agent. She intends to use her knowledges and learn about business development, project management and customer relations.

Óscar Llorens / Wallpaper

The universe of Oscar Llorens is showcased this month in our wallpaper named "Cosmos". Do not hesitate to share! Version desktop / Version iPhone / Version iPad

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs / France

Emmanuel Polanco created the cover of l'OBS magazine. The article presents the city of Trappes, following the release of Ariane Chemin's bookLa Communauté, also about this suburb.

Stephanie F. Scholz / The New Yorker magazine

This month, The New Yorker chose Stephanie F. Scholz to illustrate another article but this one talks about harassment at Wall Street. Read the whole article here.

The Colagene experience according to our clients.

Working with Colagene and its artists is always a pleasure. This project was no exception. Damien Vignaux’s creations were stunning and brought something unique to the pages of the magazine.
Steve Balaban, Art Director, Canadian Wildlife Magazine