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Under the sun precisely
The clinic did it again and won 5 awards at Lux Quebec contest that is rewarded the 100 best images of the year. Congratulations to Benoit Tardif and Aaron McConomy. In this newsletter, discover the winning images, and also our most recent fresh projects!
This month, Silke is catching the sun in a Smartforwo cabrio car, Emmanuel clarifies all about the great lessons from Arab Spring, Oscar is shaking hands for Fortune magazine, Mydeadpony portrays Björk for the Washington Post, and many other great works to discover below!
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- The illustrators and the agents of the clinic
Silke Werzinger / Smart fortwo Cabrio / Paris
Silke Werzinger created several illustrations for the Smart fortwo cabrio car on the theme of summer in the city ; "Two seats under the sun". You can have a look at her illustrations here in the catalogue or on the website.
Emmanuel Polanco / Global Brief Magazine / Canada
Yes, all the subjects are possible to illustrate, even the most delicate. Emmanuel Polanco shows us once again, in this article about the big lessons of the Arab Spring of the Global Brief magazine. To read the article in French it is here.
Ëlodie / Personal research / Paris
Ëlodie shares with us her last two personal works where she explores other techniques and plays in particular with the light and the textures. The first one is an inspiration of the Lanvin Fall RTW 2015 collection. The second is a portrait of the blogger / photographer of Paris in four months which Ëlodie follows since a moment and which inspires her a lot (photo credit: Katie Mitchell photography).
Lux contest 2015 winners / Quebec
We are very proud to announce that Benoit Tardif won 4 awards, included one first prize, and Aaron McConomy, one award, from Lux Contest 2015 that rewards the 100 best images of the year, in the field of illustration and photography in Quebec.
Óscar Llorens / Fortune Magazine / New York
To be an entrepreneur and succeed whatever is your route, your age or your work experiences it is possible. Óscar Llorens illustrated these ideas in the article of March 2015 issue Fortune Magazine.
Silke Werzinger / Last realizations / Berlin
Here is a short selection of the last realizations of Silke Werzinger, Berlin artist, handling particularly well the ball-point pen. Between mode, pop culture and checked gap, its universe opens doors to any project type. To see her whole work, it is this way.
"La Licorne" wallpaper to download by Benoit Tardif
The wallpaper of this month was illustrated by Benoit Tardif for the La Licorne theater, for the 2014-2015 season. Benoit is a Quebec’s illustrator who works from traditional and digital techniques to build images that are designed to convey a specific and conceptual message.
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Washington Post / Washington
Mydeadpony has created Björk's portrait for the article in the Washington Post which deals with her exhibition in the MOMA.
Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs magazine / Paris
The freedom of expression, a topical subject for the last debate of the magazine the Ob, illustrated by Emmanuel Polanco: the useful idiots of the FN (Front National).
Nicole Jarecz / Fashion week : Inspirations / Paris
Every year, Fashion Week launches the trends and influences numerous artists in their creations. Nicole Jarecz presents us here a part of her searches inspired by Parisian Fashion Week.
The Colagene experience according to our clients:
I have worked with Vincent at Colagene on two very complex briefs for Vanity Fair magazine. Colagene are so efficient to respond to a brief and liaise with the illustrators directly. The process of amendments through to completion is always handled so carefully and clearly. Colagene are an absolute delight to work with. Scott Moore, Art Editor, Vanity Fair UK