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A wonderful summer June with Colagene
This month, Colagene is welcoming a new illustrator: Nicolas Dehghani, Mydeadpony reveals his last personal artworks, sweet greeds are illustrated by Mamzelle Poppy, we are also sharing with you some photos of our participation to C2MTL and Mural art fair in Montreal, we invite you to dive into Oscar Llorens' world, Jerome Mireault is making us believe that a fish can actually ride a bike and more to discover below.
Don't forget to download our new wallpaper and to follow us on Facebook and Twitter! See you soon in June.
- The illustrators and reps of the clinic
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Personal research
Poppy Magda / Greedy illustrations / Paris
Here is a delicious and greedy series of illustrations signed by Mamzelle Poppy for a new tea shop that will open soon in Paris 9th arrondissement.
Mural festival / Montreal
Colagene and its illustrators from Montreal participated to the first edition of the art fair organized by Mural public art festival. Our Positive Side Effects screenprints, limited edition, on sale at our kiosk for the event, were very popular. Visitors were also able to follow the live creation of a collaborative artwork illustrated by Jerome Mireault, Éric Caron, Aaron McConomy, Marie-Eve Tremblay and Dan Svatek.
Óscar Llorens / Stare on Oscar Llorens' little world / Madrid
With a stroke of a pen, the accurate work of Oscar Llorens creates a colored universe, alive and its detailed creations let show through a festive poetry not divested of seriousness. By his playful style, he knows how to seduce a wide public. We let you judge it yourself!
Jérôme Mireault / Second début / Montreal
A fish on a bike.. well, yes it does exist! And it’s Jerome Mireault that had a lot of fun imagining beautiful drawings for a short essay called “Second début” (second beginning) by author and journalist Francine Pelletier, a vivid and sincere discussion on feminism in Quebec province and its status nowadays.
Silke Werzinger / Gemey and Cosmopolitan / Paris
Here is the first illustration of a very beautiful series to come of advertorials for the make-up brand Gemey and published in Cosmopolitan magazine. This first drawing was created in relation with the 100th anniversary of GEMEY brand! Watch out for the other up-coming trendy illos, also all signed Silke Werzinger.
"Transitory" wallpaper to download by Mydeadpony
The wallpaper of this month was illustrated by Mydeadpony for a personal research. He is a self-taught artist whose illustration techniques are influenced by fashion, street art and graffiti.
Benoit Tardif / Laval City / Quebec, Canada
What a creative and educative project generated by the city of Laval (Quebec province). Benoit Tardif had a lot of fun customizing a truck with a playful illustrated little characters all happy to read. The truck will be used as a mobile library and will circulate this summer in different hoods of Laval city to promote reading to the population. Follow the mobile library on Facebook
Anne Cresci / Marie Claire & Coup de Pouce magazines / Paris & Montreal
Discover in the first place the cover of this freebie supplement about French cuisine and wines illustrated by Anne Cresci and added in the French issues of Marie-Claire and Marie-Claire home magazines.
In the seconde place, we invite you to enjoy this explosion of flowers and colors created with a lot of poetry by Anne Cresci for an article on happiness published in Coup de Pouce magazine.
Ross Cuthbert / Different techniques / Londres
Ross is a roughman and storyboarder very popular. His asset : he knows how to work with all the techniques, from the line drawing of all kinds, also the vectorial to the 3D modelling. Here are examples of his last 3D realizations.
Éric Caron / C2MTL / Altitude C agency / Montreal
During C2MTL that took place in Montreal in last May, our storyboarder Eric Caron was invited to illustrate live ideas and key-words brainstormed during a masterclass organized by telecommunications and internet service provider : Tata communications. The theme of the discussion was about the social and economic impacts of the democratization of Internet and telecommunications access in emerging countries.
Kelly Schykulski / Interview in Applied Arts Magazine blog / Canada
Discover Kelly Schykulski’s little secrets in the article of the Applied Arts blog called “New work by Kelly Schykulski”. See his last project with Alberta Views and its 10 tourism mini-guides for the year 2015.
Óscar Llorens / Mozz Restaurant / Laval, Quebec
Oscar Llorens brings us back to childhood with this illustration especially created to customize the wall of Mozz, a new restaurant that has just opened in the city of Laval (Quebec province). A bit of innocence and smoothness as a child’s play!
The Colagene experience according to our clients:
We reached out to Colagene for an illustration that was both nostalgic and contemporary. Illustrator Sonia Roy stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the park. So happy with the result. David W. Radabaugh, Art Director, Southwest: The Magazine