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Marie-Eve Tremblay / Coup de Pouce magazine / Montreal

Here are the last illustrations by Marie-Eve Tremblay for Personal life column of Coup de Pouce Magazine, June and July issues. The first one is dealing with the art of doing nothing. The second one refers to the time that we spend looking for our everyday life things.

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Marie-Eve Tremblay / Educational game

Here's a series of illustrations for the kit of an educational game dedicated to teachers and used to explain the electrical network. It's also used to educate children about energy efficiency in the village of La Romaine, an Innu Indian reserve in northern Quebec. This illustrative work was created by Marie-Eve Tremblay, and it's the Code Agency that designated and coordinated the entire project for Hydro-Québec.

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.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Janod / France

For Janod, traditional games and toys with a contemporary designMarie-Eve Tremblay created 6 Mix and Match cubes and a panoramic puzzle on the "4 seasons" theme.