Creative health at its best!

Winter is almost here. At the clinic, we get warmed and keep the pace with the beautiful projects and challenges that you give us every week. Here is a great selection of them.

This month, Damien Vignaux illustrates the cover of Projets Courtage Magazine, Nazario Graziano shows his last "Made in Italia" realizations, Nicole Jarecz illustrates the Fiat's online magazine Fashion Guide, Adam James Turnbull registers for the MBA classes for the Canadian Business Magazine, on his side Benoît Tardif drew the "involved Youth" for Télérama, and, as always, many other projects are waiting for you below.

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- The illustrators and the agents of the clinic

Damien Vignaux / Courtage project / Paris

Cover illustration of the quaterly magazine "Projet Courtage", from Allianz group, realised by Damien Vignaux, on a topic intended for the companies: Pull together to grow.

Nicole Jarecz / Fiat Online / UK

Paris, Milan and London... these are the Fashion capitals Nicole Jarecz illustrated for the Fiat online Magazine.

Emmanuel Polanco / M Le Monde magazine / Paris

Here are 2 illustrations that, unfortunately, haven't been published because of an editorial contents change. But, as the client and us found the images particularly beautiful, we decided to share them with you. The subject Emmanuel Polanco illustrated deals with the celebrities and their psychoanalyses.

Aaron McConomy / Focus Alumni magazine - McGill's Faculty of Law / Montreal

Aaron McConomy was chosen to illustrate the cover of the 2014 edition of Focus, an alumni magazine for the Faculty of Law at McGill. The issue is dealing with the profound changes through which the legal profession is undergoing due to globalization and the actual commercial and technological context.

Óscar Llorens / Spanish realizations / Madrid

The Spanish are real fans of Oscar Llorens' universe. His last months have been quite loaded with many great projects from his natal place (tramway-wrapping for Coca-Cola, impressive outdoor banner for the El Corte Inglés campaign, etc.). He would ike to collaborate more on these kinds of massiv campaign from all around the world. He also has the perfect portfolio to convince the public and the clients, take a look below and to his book. Don't hesitate to give Oscar a challenge that'll met his expectations, he's waiting for you!

"Yeah!" wallpaper to download by Andi Meier

The wallpaper of this month has been completely realized from plasticine for the  "Positive Side Effects" Colagene's guide by Andi Meier. Instead of a whole day spent in front of his computer, the artist prefers from far the handmade-work. His first concern when he's working on a project is to make people smile. After studying graphic design and illustration in Nuremberg, he now lives and works in Hamburg, Germany

Versions 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1280x800...
Versions 2560x1440, 1920x1080...
Versions iPhone 4iPhone 5, 6, 6 plus
Versions iPad, iPad mini


 The Colagene experience according to our clients:

I love to work with Colagene for the great work quality of their artists, their positioning, their reliability and also their seriousness in our exchanges. Marie-Christine, always passionnated and in a good mood, contributes largely to the work fluidity. Many thanks.
Céline Hein, Art Director, journal du CNRS

Thanks to Colagene, we were able to get in a very tight deadline, high quality illustrations which were perfect for our request. It is an excellent collaborator, I don’t hesitate a moment to recommend this agency.
Janie Lamontagne, Art Director, LOULOU magazine

It was a true pleasure to work with Marie-Eve Tremblay and Colagene team on the book La Méchante petite poulette dans La Vengeresse Masquée et Le Loup (The Bad-tempered chick in The Masked Avenger and the Wolf). Marie-Eve understood very well the world and the tone of author Pierre Dubé’s text and she brilliantly illustrated it . We will probably work again with her very soon. Who knows, maybe for a second book about new adventures of this bad-tempered chick.
Renaud Plante, editor at Les 400 coups publishing house

Ëlodie / Presentation illustrations / Paris

Ëlodie recently worked on an animation project that finally did a direction change. These illustrations won't unfortunately be published...But we still wanted to show you the great work she did for the preliminary layout.

Ëlodie / Milan Editions / Toulouse

Last spring, Ëlodie created a series of 22 illustrations for a book / interactive photo album entitled : My diary, horse passion, from Milan Editions. The book is finally available here.

Silke Werzinger / SunglassHut - #SketchesOfStyle / New York

Every month, Silke Werzinger is creating an illustration for SunglasseHut #SketchesOfStyle campaign. Each month she gives her magic touch to a new style. For October’s round, Silke has to bring the Cat Eye Shape into a mysterious mood perfect for Halloween.

Nicole Jarecz / Magazine Atlanta / Atlanta

For its Fall/Winter 2014 issue, Atlanta magazine asked Nicole to illustrate the Southbound publication. The subject: a map made of the most popular attractions around 5th Avenue South from Naples, Florida. For each of them, a representative icon has been drawn to help the Fashionistas to find tasty croissants or Tracy Negoshian’s flagship store.

Original artwork for sale / Mamzelle Poppy

Original and unique artwork created by Mamzelle Poppy during the Positive Side Effects event in Paris. 60 x 80 cm. Cotton canvas stretched.

Éric Caron / Canadian Heritage / Montreal

Éric Caron illustrated storyboards for Tank ad agency for a client presentation to Heritage Canada regarding the creation of an advertising TV spot for the promotion of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

Screenprintings to sell

Here we are! They are finally available online, and more than this, le delivery is free. The "Positive Side Effects" exhibition screenprintings traveled from Montreal to Paris via Sète, in the South of France. But their trip isn't over yet... Christmas is coming and it is a more than perfect gift !

Poppy Magda / Interview of Mamzelle Poppy / Flanelle Magazine / Montreal

Mamzelle Poppy tells us more about her beautiful work in an interview with Flannelle, a cultural magazine and webzine about fashion, art & design and music (from Montreal). 


The Colagene experience according to our clients:

Working with Colagene was a truly enjoyable experience. The clinic's database of artists gave us the opportunity to consider many different illustrators and illustration styles and find the one that best suited our concept and our needs. I also greatly appreciated Aaron McConomy’s careful consideration of the creative brief, and his ability to integrate multiple complex themes into a coherent, cohesive and attention-getting illustration.
Victoria Leenders-Cheng , editor-in-chief, Focus 2014, McGill Faculty of Law

I love working with Colagene because they have diverse illustrators. I have worked with Emmanuel Polanco numerous times and he is amazingly creative with fresh and clever ideas which are always to the point. I love his techniques and he is very pleasant to work with.
Israt Jahan, Senior Designer, Institutional Investor Magazine