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One, two, three, sun!

Energy and nature are back for the summer, and creation is at its peak. Many novelties this month; a new German illustrator with a very graphic style, the Canadian Testicular Cancer Foundation and the agency Dentsu Bos are calling for Benoit Tardif's playful universe, McDonald's magazine asked for the colored creations of Oscar Llorens and Tonwen Jones, Ëlodie at Stella McCartney's fashion show... We let you discover the other project of this month, download and share the newest wallpaper created by Stephanie, our new german illustrator.

- The 43 image surgeons and 4 agents of the Creative Clinic

Stephanie F. Scholz / New illustrator / Berlin

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Stephanie to the clinic.
Stephanie Franziska Scholz was born in 1983 in Japan, grew up in Australia and now lives and works in Berlin. She studied drawing and print making at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin as well as the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna and received her diploma in 2012. After completing her studies, she illustrated several books, worked for newspapers and magazines and began a series of computer cut-outs. She is a founding member of the art collective Studio Spektral and has participated in several solo and group exhibitions.

Óscar Llorens / Air For Kids (McDonald's) Magazine

2 illustrations from Oscar Llorens for the article Do you speak video games? for Air For Kids magazine (McDonald's).

Silke Werzinger / Novelties from Germany

Silke's work always surprises us! She created this illustration for NOVA CONCEPT, from the Panorama Berlin Fashion Fair. Also, discover a series of elements and typography illustrated for Netbank in collaboration with VSFP. 

Maison Vignaux / Strokes for Institute Magazine

From pictures to illustrations and from movies to motion design, the couple Maison Vignaux touches everything and knows how to give prestige and a glamour touch to any brand or product. This project is an example, an editorial for Institute magazine.

Tonwen Jones / Air For Kids (McDonald's) Magazine

2 illustrations from Tonwen Jones for the article Startups are the buzz of McDonald's Air For Kids magazine.

Emmanuel Polanco / GQ France

Emmanuel Polanco's illustration for the article Profession:​ Profiler of GQ magazine France.

Damien Vignaux / Management magazine / Special issue

Damien Vignaux's series of illustrations for the special issue of Management magazine on The Expatriates. He illustrated the following topics : What if I was taking off? It's decided, I'm leaving! I work. I come back.

Ëlodie / Stella McCartney Fall-Winter 2016-2017

For the first time in her life, Ëlodie was invited to attend to a fashion show in Paris! Stella McCartney's Fall-Winter 2016-2017. She tells: Needless to say at what extend I was filled with joy when I received their invitation! The three beautiful Ola, Valery and Sasha posed for us for 30 minutes!
To see pictures, consult Ëlodie's blog.

Wallpaper to share and download

Welcome to Stephanie F. Scholz, the newest illustrator of the Clinic. Feel free to share this wallpaper around you and make known Stephanie's graphic work.

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

Damien Vignaux / History of Western Civilization

Damien Vignaux created an evocative collage representing symbolic elements of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, modern and contemporary ages for the new edition of the book History of Western Civilization.

Jérôme Mireault / Canadian Geographic / Ron MacLean

Jérôme Mireault illustrates Ron MacLean, Canadian sports reporter for CBC, best known fro his involvment in hockey. You will find the illustration accompanying the article in the latest issue of Canadian Geographic in "Our Country" section.

The Colagene experience according to our clients.

Openness, creativity, efficiency. Three words that describe well my collaboration with Benoit Tardif and Colagene. A great experience and a magnificent illustration that reflects well the theme of our issue. I recommend!
Suzanne Lalande, Consulting services in communications and public relations, Kaléidoscope magazine