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Website / Emmanuel Ceysson / France

Colagene, graphic design clinic just created the new website of the harpist Emmanuel Ceysson. With his powerful, virtuoso playing, Emmanuel Ceysson, the ‘enfant terrible’ of the harp, sweeps away all the clichés associated with his instrument. His infectious enthusiasm and boundless energy reveals the harp in all its sparkling splendour, in a world where poetry rhymes with temperament.

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Qué calor!

Already nearing the end of June, and the thermometer has broken record-high temperatures everywhere. Here is a refreshing cocktail of colored and inspiring projects.

This month: Zigor Samaniego creates the new branding for American-based agency Neon, the Business with Attitude awards evening organized by Madame Figaro chosed David Despau and Damien "Elroy" Vignaux for their opening film, Tonwen Jones illustrates the City of Hope for Baltimore Magazine, Benoit Tardif buys himself the 50 000th Bixi bike offered by PBSC Urban Solutions for the 375th anniversary of the city of Montreal, several personal researchers from Dima Godunov, Steve Scott that are sure to inspire, and more to come!

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New typographic artist

Meet nice Joluvian in this video where he explains in Spanish his technique and his work… His smile and his works speak for him! He speaks also English. By the way, at the clinic we speak easily in two languages too: English and French. 
Joluvian is a multidisciplinary illustrator based in Madrid, specialized in calligraphy, lettering and typography. These last years, he explored new shapes of artistic expression, alterations and murals, where he applies all his knowledges acquired to strengthen his own visual language.

Live drawing in the Canadian Centre for Architecture / Montreal

Illustrations produced live in the CCA (Canadian Center for Architecture) for Phyllis Lambert's anniversary. A beautiful evening filled with renowned guests who were delighted to be gifted their portrait closed to Phyllis Lambert's one, which was created in advance by Nicole Jarecz. Congratulations to the artists Jérôme Mireault, Aaron McConomyDan Svatek and Dan Buller for the live performance and their excellent work.