Moving forward creatively

The beginning of this year has been shocking and dramatic. Those who have left Charlie would have wished us to keep on smiling, moving forward and helping each other to roll our sleeves up. Obviously, we had to pay them tribute in this newsletter.

This month, 15 illustrators of the creative clinic pay tribute to the team of Charlie Hebdo.
Also, Alex Pham has arrived and she's already an ultra dynamic and smiling agent at the Montreal office. Edward makes pictograms for a new branding. Benoît " unleashes the beast " for the Architects Association of Quebec. David thinks about rugby for GQ. Ëlodie invites herself in Galleries Lafayette for Airbnb. And, as every month, discover the best of creative clinic below.

Already 5221 " like" on Facebook, and you, what are you waiting for ?

- The Illustrators and agents of the creative clinic wish you the best for 2015 !


Je suis Charlie

Je suis Charlie. I am Charlie. Carried by this sentence, 15 artists of the Creative Clinic decided to bring their support and their vision of this drama with the weapon which is theirs : the creativity. Nous sommes Charlie. We are Charlie.

Alex Pham / New rep / Montreal

The clinic is happy to welcome Alex in his team.
Alex is a professional of web marketing since her exit of business school in France in 2007 (Master's degree Administration of Business 1). She is fascinated and livened up by the music, singing, visual arts among which graphic design, illustration and video.

Thanks to her various work experiences in web agencies as a freelance and companies in Paris, Sydney and today Montreal, she likes challenges and evolves with pleasure and passion in web marketing strategy, project management, business development and customer relationship.

Dynamic and curious by nature, she likes to learn, discover and wants to improve in her domain.

She's joined Creative Clinic Montreal as agent and business development rep for US and Canada, and for the graphic design clinic in Montreal, in order to bring her expertise and evolve.
Alex's portrait was realized by David Despau.

Tonwen Jones / ESH 2014 annual report, Les Entreprises Sociales pour l’Habitat / Paris

The 5 files of the ESH 2014 annual report - Entreprises Sociales pour l'Habitat - were elaborated as maps and illustrated by Tonwen Jones.

David Despau / GQ Magazine / UK

David Despau illustrated the rugby players Mike Brown, Joe Launchbury and Courtney Laws, for the article Players to watch from GQ file Electric Performance.

Damien Vignaux / CLES Magazine / Paris

Series of 4 illustrations, realized by Damien Vignaux, for a 10 pages file on the era of sharing, for the CLES magazine. December 2014 issue.

Ëlodie / Galeries Lafayette and airbnb / Paris

A sophisticated woman in the Paris' Galeries Lafayette holidays spirit. A night in Galeries Lafayette, here was the request for this beautiful web campaign created for the online booking website airbnb and illustrated by Ëlodie.

Jérôme Mireault / Wells Fargo Conversations Magazine / Greensboro, USA

In the colors of India, 7 animal species in danger were illustrated by Jérôme Mireault for the Autumn/Winter issue of the Wells Fargo Conversations magazine. The purpose of the article was to highlight the south-Asian environmental stakes as well as their impacts on the fauna.

"Je suis Charlie" wallpaper to download by Mamzelle Poppy

The wallpaper of this month could not be dedicated to another subject. Mamzelle Poppy knew how to give us a smile with this illustration in spite of the tragic events of the last week.

Versions 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1280x800...

Versions 2560x1440, 1920x1080...
Versions iPhone 4, iPhone 5, 6, 6 plus
Versions iPad, iPad mini

2015 Grenade&Sparks calendar / Paris

Mamzelle Poppy and Sonia Roy have been invited each one to illustrate every month of the 2015 calendar of the parisian agency Grenade&Sparks.
The brief was clear : Illustrate your vision of the brand Grenade & Sparks. Grenade & Sparks is a communication agency which evolves with its time and age : digital age, time of collaborative work & creativity and the technology in the service of the idea.

Tonwen Jones / M le magazine du Monde / Paris

2 illustrations realized by Tonwen Jones for 2 different articles of M the magazine of Le Monde. The first one is a report on a ski resort just renovated in North Korea, and the second, a fictitious map on 10 accommodations of charm in the mountain.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Institut Curie's "Une jonquille pour Curie" 2015 campaign / Paris

Poster illustrated by Marie-Eve Tremblay which will also be applied to other communication mediums for the event Une jonquille pour Curie 2015. On the national week of cancer taking place from March 17th to 22nd 2015, the objective is to collect funds for the fight against cancer. During this united mobilization, everyone is invited to show some support for this fight, from Paris or in regions. The researchers need more than ever the mobilization of the largest number to continue to lead their innovative research programs, synonyms for hope. To know more about it visit the site of L'Institut Curie.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Hemisphere magazine / Brooklyn, USA

Mydeadpony proposes a realistic, sunny and warm portrait of the actress Bette Midler for an interview in the December 2014 issue of the Hemisphere magazine. In this illustration, we can perceive the Bette Midler's very own aura and personality. The illustrator has been inspired by a photograph from Catie Lazarus and he sublimated it for us.

Poppy Magda / Marie-Claire China Magazine / Pékin

The oriental flavored red highlights this floral scene of Mamzelle Poppy to present diverse cosmetics in Marie-Claire China.

Óscar Llorens / Subway Canada contest / Montreal

Oscar Llorens illustrated a seasonal contest for Subway Canada. Participants may have the chance to win a journey in The Bahamas or in Swiss Alps. The illustration was used on different media such as Subway cardboard glasses, printed promotional material in Subway Canada’s restaurants, web banners and TV ads.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

Aaron McConomy keeps on working with Québec Science magazine this year. The article illustrated this month is dealing with the discovery of a gene that would protect people from Alzheimer disease.

+ Best Wishes for 2015 +

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