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"Fashion victim" downloadable wallpaper

Here is the twelveth wallpaper to download. This illustration was created for the brand new clinic's fashion and luxury book by Nicole Jarecz, american illustrator based in Paris. Don't hesitate to share this wallpaper to make others discover Nicole's work.

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Summer in the skin...

The Clinic continues to grow and recently welcomed Antonio Uve from Spain, with his endearing, coloured and textured characters.

This month: Raoul creates a video full of memories, Dima is chosen by the Order of Architects of Quebec, Jerome starts with 3D typography for Canadien Tire, Edward illustrates for a global supplier of video surveillance solutions, Andi caricatures Donald Trump for Playboy... We'll let you discover the rest, and download and share our newest Wallpaper entitled "Gorrilas", by Antonio Uve.

- The 43 image surgeons and 4 agents of your Creative Clinic.

Wallpaper to share and download

Welcome to Antonio Uve, the newest illustrator of the Clinic. He created this month's wallpaper, entitled "IGorillas". Feel free to share this wallpaper around you and make known Antonio's work.

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The Colagene experience according to our clients

Sonia Roy is one of our favorite illustrators and our collaboration with Colagene is a truly a nice partnership. We have worked with Sonia on several projects, but her creation for our November issue entitled " Good Grief " by Peter Bruun, on his struggle to find peace and help others after the death of his daughter Elisif was one of my favorites. We gave several original artworks made ​​by Elisif to Sonia, some old family pictures and most of Peter's history and she created a beautiful work of art that has transcribed the story perfectly. I look forward to working with Sonia and Colagene again!
Amanda White-Iseli, Art Director, Baltimore magazine