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Easter chocolates, sunny days and awards..

While some people are already dreaming about Easter chocolates, others are looking forward warmer Spring days ! At the clinic, we are very proud of our artists as we won, thanks to their talent, 8 Applied Arts's awards.

This month, discover a short footage of Takeshi's project for Dubai World Exhibition 2020, low cost travelling illustrated by Pablo, great editorial artworks as Benoit Tardif for The New York Times, Mamzelle Poppy for Apple magazine, a gore and bloody online game illustrated by Jerome Mireault for the promotion of a horror movie from Quebec, and more..

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Takeshi / Expo 2020 Dubai / United Arab Emirates

In preparation of Expo 2020 Dubai which will be held in Dubai, Takeshi illustrated one of the 21 sculptures which will be exposed in the city in the next days. Among 3 themes that are: Mobility, Sustainability & Opportunities, Takeshi represented the sub-theme Culture. More information.

Bomboland / Pharmacy Practice + / Toronto

For the cover of Pharmacy Practice+ of February 2015, Bomboland represented pharmacists as small papercut birds helping and advising their customers-birds ! So answering the question: "How are pharmacists feeling ?"

Pablo Pasadas / Avantages magazine / Paris

The new collage style of Pablo Pasadas is at its very best for the article named Low cost : je déjoue les pièges (Low cost : I prevent myself from traps) published in Avantages magazine March issue.

Benoit Tardif / The New York Times / New York

We know it : smoking is not good for health. Benoit Tardif knows it too and, furthermore, illustrates it for an article of the New York Times of February for the Science section.

Poppy Magda / Apple Magazine applemag.ca / Calgary

Mamzelle Poppy created a colorful portrait as we like them for an article of Apple magazine applemag.ca which motivates everyone to open and to speak about their own feelings. Because, sometimes, we hide severe disorders and problems in relation with the mental health.

Benoit Tardif / Les Libraires / Quebec city

Benoit Tardif illustrated the cover of the literary review Les Libraires. This cover is referring to the topic of this February-March issue’s special article about the presence of the Seven Deadly Sins in our today’s readings.

Jérôme Mireault / Turbulent Media / Montreal

Jérôme Mireault had a lot of fun illustrating dark and gore decors of an online game created for the promotion of the Quebec movie Le Scaphandrier (The Diver) by Alain Vézina and released in last February. Will you have the courage to play?

"Stronger" wallpaper to download by David Despau

The wallpaper of this month was illustrated by David Despau for the Positive Side Effects Colagene directory guide and declined in screenprint (on sale here among twenty others). It illustrates this following positive side effect: After working with the clinic, I feel the strongest.

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

Applied Arts Awards Winners 2015 / Toronto

As you know, we represent talented illustrators at the clinic. Thus, we are proud to announce you that they won 8 Applied Arts Awards. Congratulations to Véronique Joffre, Sonia Roy, Pedro Covo, David Despau, Aaron McConomy, Emmanuel Polanco, Kelly Schykulski, Takeshi and Benoit Tardif.

Aaron McConomy / Registered Nurse Journal / Toronto

Even if the subject is difficult to bring up, Aaron McConomy illustrated the difficulty of letting dying patients go and the intense moments of the nurse's job.

Emmanuel Polanco / Femme Majuscule magazine / Paris

Symbolic illustration as Emmanuel Polanco knows how to do the best, to represent a social discussion around the following question : "Sexuality, are we still free?" published in Femme Majuscule French magazine.

Poppy Magda / Avantages magazine / Paris

Cooking is honoured on these illustrations by Mamzelle Poppy for the article titled Viandes et poissons je sublime les petits prix (Meat and fish, I enhance low prices) published in Avantages magazine, March issue.

Anne Cresci / Ryerson University Magazine / Toronto

For the "Fashion kills" article of the Ryerson University magazine, Anne Cresci illustrated this skeletal sweet little couple. So trendy that we forget to be afraid !

Testimonials

The Colagene experience according to our clients:

We continue to seek out more illustrative work for our publications and Colagene has quickly become our go-to agency for top-notch talent and timely results.

Marcey Andrews, Art Director, New Trail magazine, University of Alberta Alumni Association

It is always a pleasure working with Colagene. The entire process is efficient and organized. We were so pleased with our recent commissioned project, the artist is extremely talented and executed the concept better than we could have imagined! We have received many compliments on the 'eye catching' and 'striking' cover we collaborated on! Linda Rapini, Art Director, Pharmacy Practice+, Rogers Media