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Owen Gent / New creations / Bristol, United Kingdom
Owen Gent' s book has been updated with a lot of new additions for your eyes!
Anne Cresci / F pour filles
Anne Cresci enjoys giving life to small "cute chicks" as she says so well. This is Olivia, Noémie, Laurence and Emma. The project has been in progress for almost a year and includes ten volumes of cartoons for the series "F pour Filles" published by Enfant Québec's editions.
Giordano Poloni / Les Arènes / France
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Jack Crackerjack's book
Marie-Eve Tremblay has illustrated a new fun book, produced by OwlKids. Jack Crackerjack's book for children ages 2 to 5 is the hilarious story with a safe thief and his sidekick. It is an eccentric and energetic read, with tons of internal rhymes and a playful use of language.
Owen Gent / Unpublished book covers
Here are 3 illustrations of book covers by Owen Gent that unfortunately will never be used.
Tonwen Jones / How to Train Your Cactus / UK
Book published by Elwin Street Press and Andrews McMeel in the UK called How to Train Your Cactus and illustrated by Tonwen Jones.
Owen Gent / Editions Gallmeister / France
Florent Hauchard / Squeezie x Carrefour / France
Owen Gent / Vintage editions and animation
Series of book covers created by Owen Gent for Penguin Vintage, as well as a magnificent wine label. Finally, an animation made with Uncle Ginger studio - with which Owen is associated - on the happiness, based on an interview with Zygmunt Bauman, renowned Polish sociologist.
Cypi Press / New Fashion Illustration / China
Cypi Press has just published a very beautiful book on the illustrations in fashion simply entitled New Fashion Illustration. Ëlodie, besides finding herself in the selection of the internal pages, made the cover also. We also find the following artists represented by the clinic: Anne Cresci, David Despau, Katrinn Pelletier, Mamzelle Poppy, Mydeadpony, Nicole Jarecz and Silke Werzinger !
Stephanie F. Scholz / News
The work of Stephanie is seen almost everywhere, she tells us more here about her last collaborations. The first illustration is for my bimonthly column about life with children in Luna Magazine. The second, I'm working on a kids' science book about telescopes with Jacob Kramer and this is from one of the series about great observatories around the world. Both third and forth illustrations were for Let it grow, an online magazine, which deals with modern eco architecture. The first article was about the planned Garden Bridge in London, the second one about a Dutch architecture firm called SUS Ateliers. The last illustration is for Missy Magazine. It went with an article about pension funds and poverty at an old age.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / The Cowboy Princess / Dominique & Compagnie
Marie-Eve Tremblay's illustrations charm both young and old, and you will be seduced by these magnificent illustrations created for the new book The Cowboy Princess, published by Dominique et Compagnie.
Stephanie F. Scholz / Editorial projects
Very popular in Germany, her native country, Stéphanie, whose technique is mixed with vectorial elements and with cut papers, presents us her last projects. The first one illustrates the article how the immigration and the architecture can influence each other for Jetzt Magazin. Then, a series done for Die Zeit magazine, on philosophic, psychological and scientific subjects. And finally, Luna magazine about family and Christmas preparations.
Anne Cresci / Coloring book
Last year, PlayBac éditions appealed to Anne Cresci for the book: Photos et Coloriages du Monde Géo. This year, a new track had been thrown on the wisdom and the anti-stress. Unfortunately, the project failed along the way. But we really want to show you a preview.
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.
Kelly Schykulski / Alberta Views Travel Guides 2015
Discover the province of Alberta in West Canada, thanks to these guides illustrated by Kelly Schykulski. He managed to combine in each illustration several ideas and concepts. In June, his work had already been noticed by Applied Arts.
Silke Werzinger / Hairy book
Hairy is a book about hair illustrated by Silke Werzinger. It is part of an art project called 100for10 initiated by Melville Brand Design in Munich. 100for10 is a series of art books, of which each issue contains 100 black and white pages and costs only € 10.
Tonwen Jones / Gestalten / Mind the Map
Marie-Eve Tremblay / La Montagne Secrète / Province of Quebec
Marie-Eve Tremblay was chosen by La Montagne Secrète publishing house to illustrate the musical CD Book: Il pleut à boire debout ! Chansons de chiens et chats, created for the 15th anniversary of the company. The CD book is gathering several humorous songs about cats and dogs adventures. Among the singers: Daniel Lavoie, Dumas, Florence K and others.
Nicole Jarecz / Best Dressed Pets book by Laurence King editions / London
Last Spring, Laurence King publishing from London city gave to Nicole Jarecz the opportunity to work on a coloring book with stickers for young fashionistas! Nicole worked on this project for several weeks and illustrated dogs with their female masters in different environments.
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.
Ëlodie / Milan Editions / Toulouse
Marie-Eve Tremblay / 400 coups Publishing / Montreal
Discover the adventures of a bad-tempered chick, illustrated by Marie-Eve Tremblay in this first book titled La vengeresse masquée et le Loup (The Masked Avenger and the Wolf), written by Pierrette Dubé and published by Les 400 coups.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Illustrated book for Éditions Mic Mac / Paris
Marie-Eve was the first at the clinic to work with the publishing company Éditions Mic Mac for a fully illustrated children book. Here are some excerpts from the book COW la petite vache cache ses taches (the small cow hiding her spots), the story of a well determined cow. She also illustrated the book Cocci la petite coccinelle cherche ses taches (the small ladybug looking for her spots).
Aaron McConomy / Collection of short stories / France
Series of illustrations including cover made by Aaron for a collection of short stories. The topics covered are Normandy and the domain of water.
Taschen Book / 100 Illustrators
Congratulations to David Despau and Mydeadpony who are part of the (strict) selection of the Taschen Book 100 Illustrators. The biggest players in the highly competitive field of illustration. Culled from our Illustration Now! series is this selection of today’s most successful and important illustrators from around the globe.
Damien Vignaux / TC Media Publishing - Chenelière Education inc. / Montreal
Collage illustration signed by Damien Vignaux for the cover of a school book about Contemporary History from 1914 to 2014 for college students in Human Sciences. The book is published by Chenelière Éducation (a company of TC Media Livres).
Ëlodie / Unpublished illustrations / USA
Ëlodie created several illustrations for a book published by an American Publishing Company about French mature women. The illustrations will not be published, but we wanted to share some of them with you.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Promotional Book for the european children book market / Quebec Illustration Association / Montreal
Quebec Illustration association published a new promotional book to target the European Children Book market. Illustrator Marie-Eve Tremblay participated by creating an illustration of an imaginary Quebec traditional shepherd's pie-making machine. The theme was to illustrate few clichés that tourists might have about Quebec province such as sugar shack, Skidoo, shepherd's pies, or last but least whales. This promotional book that gathers 45 illustrators from Quebec will be released in March 2013, during the 50th edition of Children Book Fair that will take place in Bologna, Italia.
Jérôme Mireault / English Workbook / Oxford University Press / London
Jérôme Mireault created a series of scenarios illustrations for the English Woorkbook, an English exercices book, produced by Oxford University Press.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers Book / London
Marie-Eve Tremblay illustrated the Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers Book. We recognize her candid and warm universe instantly with exotic travel scenes, funny animals and expressive characters.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Max Malo à Vol d'Oiseau - Québec Amérique Publishers / Montreal
Marie-Eve Tremblay was chosen to illustrate Max Malo's new adventures in the third tome of the series titled à vol d'oiseau and written by Bertrand Gauthier. The book is published by Québec Amérique jeunesse.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Interligne publisher / Ontario
Marie-Eve Tremblay shares the universe of her illustrations for an alphabet book named Raconde-moi l'Ontario français adressed to young 8 to 12 year-old French-Ontarian students and published by Les Éditions L'Interligne. The illustrator drew the cover, some of the chapter openings and 2 main characters present during the whole book. For each alphabet letter, an historic character, a place, a town or an key-moment of French Ontario history is mentionned.
Ëlodie / Editions Hachette Education / Paris
Ëlodie had the privilege to create about thirty illustrations for the Agenda 3, an adult book for learning the French language. Everything was created in collaboration with Editions Hachette Education team in France.
Kimi Kimoki / ERPI / Professional Training book / Montreal
Kimi Kimoki was chosen by Les Éditions du Renouveau Pédagogique to illustrate a professional training book titled Communiquer pour mieux aider by author Pascale Reny. This book is adressed to students in nursery and deals with mastering verbal and nonverbal communication in order to better help patients and to optimize the relations with colleagues in this sector.
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Journal Write Now / USA
Like Francis Léveillée and Adam James Turnbull, Mydeadpony was commissioned to create illustrations of the cover and few inside pages of quotes for a notebook, that is meant to be artistic and inspiring. This Journal's theme is the Mermaid, for strong, daring and courageous women. These booklets are so beautiful that we feel like using our best pen to write in it!
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Flammarion Quebec publishing / Montreal
Illustration realized by Marie-Eve Tremblay for the cover of a french book named Cap sur la retraite by Marie-Paule Dessaint, published by Flammarion Québec.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Grammar basics schoolbook / Montreal
Cover and interior illustrations of the grammar basics schoolbook for Elementary school's 2nd and 3rd grades students. The project is realised by les Éditions du Renouveau Pédagogique Inc.
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Illustration Now! Portraits cover
Mydeadpony just created the portrait of Mark Zuckerberg (Co-Founder and President of Facebook) for the cover of the new book published by Julius Wiedemann; Illustration Now! Portraits of Taschen.
Kimi Kimoki / Metropolis at Metrotown / Vancouver, BC
5 realistic style illustrations and 5 badges for a shopping center brand book, for Metropolis at Metrotown, the British Columbia's largest shopping centre.
Takeshi / Groupe Ville Marie / Montreal
Editorial illustration for the book first cover of an historical novel named La cordonnière, second volume of 4 books about the Dufresne family and written by Canadian author from Québec Pauline Gill. This book cover project was realised by Groupe Ville Marie Littérature.
Marie-Eve Tremblay / Penguin Canada / Toronto
Illustrations for the book Coal Dust Kisses, by author Will Ferguson, published by Penguin Group Canada.