Amaël Isnard / Professionally Speaking Magazine / Canada

Amaël Isnard was chosen to illustrate an article for Professionally Speaking magazine.This particular article focuses on podcasts that teachers can use in the classroom to help improve student participation and their overall learning experience.

Amaël Isnard / Slow galerie / Paris

After Thailand, Jamaica and Cuba, Amaël Isnard takes us to Chile and Sweden with these two new posters available at the Slow gallery in Paris.

Amaël Isnard / Lightspeed Brochure / Canada

Here's the number 1 of the new internal magazine from Lightspeed ​​Agency. Amaël Isnard was chosen by the agency to launch this great communication tool!

Amaël Isnard / Musée du quai Branly / Paris

Amaël Isnard created this new series of illustrations inspired by his favorite objects from the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, dedicated to the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.

Amaël Isnard / Apple Store / Paris

Amaël Isnard created a series of 6 clay characters for the opening of the new Apple Store on the Champs-Elysées.

Amaël Isnard / Influence Film / United Kingdom

Produced by Beakus, Amaël Isnard, who is also a motion designer, directed this animation entitled Why Our World Needs Documentaries for Influence Film. Documentaries bring us closer to each other and the world. Help us spread the word of their powerful influence.

Amaël Isnard / Les Producteurs de lait du Québec

Amaël Isnard, freshly new artist at the clinic, has already collaborated with LG2 agency for an ad in La Presse Plus titled Urbania - écran des différences for the campaign of the Milk Producers of Quebec. 

Amaël Isnard / New artist / Paris

Welcome to Amaël Isnard who freshly joins the clinic
Amaël loves to compose funny, minimalist and colorful images, often populated with facetious anthropomorphic animals, mysterious museum objects, and exotic plants. He is also an animation director. Graduated from Supinfocom in 2007 with the wacky "Music Therapy", a musical in an animal hospital. He then spent 5 years in London, making short films, educational films and commercials. He developed a passion for Earl Grey tea and British rock. Back in France, he now lives in Paris, with a plastic Diplodocus flatmate.