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Baillat Cardell & fils / Havas Média / Paris
Baillat Cardell & fils produced the printed and interactive greeting card for Havas Media, aiming to spread their wishes for 2012, and announcing they’re moving.
Jérôme Mireault / The Globe and Mail newspaper / Toronto
Jérôme had to draw portraits of mavericks who helped turn the world upside down in 2011.
Nicole Jarecz / FIAT Fashion issue Application / USA
Nicole was featured in Fashion issue of the automobile’s Apple® iPad application, for FIAT. She also had to fill a Q&A related to her fashion illustrations and her lifestyle in Paris. The project was realized by Union AdWorks agency.
Ëlodie / Target Style / USA
Ëlodie was the illustrator of December for Target stores. She had to create illustrations that was used for the profile picture and background of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for Target Style, and for the online magazine, On the Dot. The project was realized by AKQA agency.
Tonwen Jones / At Home with Century21 magazine / USA
Tonwen had to create a collage that capture the thought of Tacoma being a port city, with a focus on sustainability, where home value increases most in time. In the same issue, she also had to create illustrations of words from the answers the designers have given in the text.
Pablo Pasadas / Mazda wishes card / Montreal
Pablo Pasadas illustrated in photomontage the greeting card of Mazda Canada for Christmas 2011.
Ëlodie / Glamour Spain / Madrid
Ëlodie illustrates with class the even classier Ashton Kutcher, Capricorn, for the Horoscope section of Glamour Spain Magazine.
Anne Cresci / Company magazine / London
Anne Cresci inky's style illustrates perfectly an article on cool girls and celebrities with tattoos for Company Magazine January issue. With 1 out of 5 tattoed adults in the UK, this body art is definitly a trend. TopShop famous stores is even now offering an in-store tattoo salon!
Ëlodie / Elle Québec / Montreal
In "Elle se raconte" section from Elle QUébec magazine, you'll find Ëlodie's illustration accompanying a true story on a woman from Montreal who had dated an Hollywood celebrity for a year.
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Elle Québec / Montreal
Mydeadpony was chosen by Elle Québec magazine to illustrate 3 articles published in January 2012 issue on: "the hapiness industry", "the right to complain ourself" and on people that are born to be happy but aren't.
Anne Cresci / Be magazine astrology / Paris
Anne Cresci illustrates the 12 zodiac signs as fashionistas for the horoscope section of Be Magazine.
Kelly Schykulski / Canadian Wildlife magazine / Canada
Kelly realized a series of illustrations for an article about endangered species in Canada like some unique seal species in northern Quebec and the deals with politics behind all that.
The Colagene experience according to our clients:
With or without accent (Quebec ed), the reception is always enthusiastic and attentive. We find at the clinic one-of-a-kind, talented and efficient people. It is reassuring and down-to-earth.
Emmanuel Vaillant, Creation Director for Havas Sports & Entertainment, Paris
It is always a pleasure to collaborate with a creative and reactive team as Colagene is. A real good experience to reiterate and recommend!!!
Alexis Mouthon, Account Executive Euro RSCG Genève
I like simple things! The briefs are understood fast. Illustrators represented are talented. Never late. Thanks to the diversity of graphic styles that we can find within the same agency, searching becomes very simple. Moreover: it’s done in joy and cheerfulness. I like it!
Charles Desgroseilliers, artistic director at Transcontinental Inc.