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Takeshi / Onitsuka Tiger / New York

In 2011, Onitsuka Tiger decided to bring Japanese culture to the world in a way that uniquely blends arts and traditions of authentic Japan with the seductive urban design styles of the modern world. Takeshi was the first artist chosen for this cycle of collaborations.

The new Colagene guide

The Colagene guide is back!

The guide shows the work of all artists represented by the agency. For its realization, each artist has produced an original illustration based on the Get your illustration fix concept. More than a dozen of them was selected and declined into screenprints that were exhibited and sold during the events in Montreal and Paris. For those who are interested, there are still some unsold copies available on our new online store.

The guide is not for sale, and is exclusive to all persons using the services offered by the clinic, including: advertising agencies, production & design studios, magazines and publishing houses. However, the guide is available to all in PDF format.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you wish to receive the Get your illustration fix guide.

Adam James / New illustrator / Australia

Adam James Turnbull is a Freelance Graphic artist and illustrator living and working in Sydney. Adam is inspired by his everyday surroundings and the ways in which we can make them interesting. His illustrations represent this through over analyzing the detail that goes into an everyday objects and scenarios.

Raoul Paulet / Colagene / Get your illustration fix

Animation created for the Colagene Get your fix illustration event, projected during the launch (Montreal + Paris) of the new Colagene guide.

Elroy / Colagene / Get your illustration fix

Animation created for the Colagene Get your fix illustration event, projected during the launch (Montreal + Paris) of the new Colagene guide.

Get your illustration fix event / Paris

After the successful Get your illustration fix event in Montreal, Colagene repeated the experience in Paris, on Thursday March 17th at the galerie Issue, close to the Pompidou Centre.

Once again, the room was packed, and the exhibited screeprints were sold like hot cakes! For the less fortunate that were not able to come, there are unsold copies still available on our new online store.

Elroy (leonizer Records) knew how to set the musical tone of the evening, enhanced by the live performance of Monsieur Qui, Anne Cresci and Florent Auguy. For your information, the canvas already found a buyer.


In the group photo, from left to right: Damien Vignaux (illustrator + motion designer), Florent Auguy (Illustrator), Vincent Sillard (founder + rep), Marie-Christine Brisson (founder + rep), Nicole Jarecz (illustrator), Monsieur Qui (illustrator) et Anne Cresci (illustrator). Click here to see photos of the event.

We would like to thanks, once again, our partners: Etapes, VitaminWater, Asahi and Artysign, as well as all the people that were there during the launch.

Damien Vignaux / Affaires Plus magazine / Montreal

Editorial illustrations photomontage style on 4 photos of quebec celebrities : Kent Nagano, Guy Boucher, Robert Dutton et Éric Chouinard to accompany an article on leaders that can gather people for Affaire Plus magazine.

 

Takeshi / Personal research

Please find enclosed a little gift for you. A small composition work around the word Colagene. It's been several years that I've been working with you, evolving with you, and to have experienced the world of graphic design more deeply and communications in general, I feel very lucky I found Colagene, with your professionalism and your honesty, to start my career.
----- Takeshi