The recovery in force with Colagene!

August is often our favorite month at the Clinic! It's beautiful, hot and in full preparation of novelties sure to impress you. As of September, we are introducing five new and inspiring artists! In the meantime, here's a selection of projects from the past month and an interview with the great Florent Hauchard in the Creative Capsule!

This month: Emmanuel Polanco illustrates for Voice magazine on outdoor sports and Science Focus, Steve Scott presents his latest panoramic creations, Nicolas André is featured as motion designer, Owen Gent illustrious for Bristol ... Kimi Kimoki treats nutrition in vintage colors and  the “Time to Go” wallpaper signed by Steve Scott is available to download.

Contact us for any embryonic project concept or to find solutions together!

- The artists and agents of Colagene, your creative clinic.
+1 514.845.4730
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The creative clinic is brimming with vitality this Fall. Check out this newsletter that is bubbling of ideas and styles. Halloween is around the corner!  Get creative.  Feed your inner-child's creative soul and get daily inspiration on our social networks!
This month: Responsible investment seen by Antonio Uve for Affaires Plus, gourmet books by Annick Poirier for Dominique et Compagnie, Pablo Pasadas and architecture for Idéal magazine, Louise alias Lavilleetlesnuages at the Slow Galerie de Paris, Nicole Jarecz illustrates the chic for Arletti, an animation illustrated by Wearbeard and the novelties of Tonwen Jones, Emmanuel Polanco and Owen Gent. This month's wallpaper is "White Rabbit Red Wolf" by Emmanuel Polanco.

Contact us so we can "illustrate" your future projects together!

- The artists and agents of Colagene, your creative clinic.
+1 514.845.4730
Toll Free +1 888.970.4730

New blood, an animated pub and portraits!

Your creative clinic introduces you to three new artists! These are LaVilletlesnuages, Emmanuel Hyronymus and Wearbeard. Artists carefully selected by the attentive eye and the creative intuition of Marie-Christine Brisson, Co-founder of Colagene, and her team to bring fresh blood to the agency. There is even more to come this quarter, stay tuned with us every month and on our social networks every day!

This month: 3 new illustrator books, an animated campaign for Vélo Québec by Les Tontons Makers, portraits of American singers for Billboard magazine by Silke Werzinger who is back from her maternity leave, illustrations of famous film athletes for ESPN magazine by David Despau, Victoria Bee’s visual papers on display at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, and many other outstanding projects!

Contact us at any time to sketch your future project together.

- The artists and agents of Colagene, your creative clinic.
+1 514.845.4730
Toll Free +1 888.970.4730

Creative capsule / Paris, France

Here’s our eighteenth Creative capsule. This month, we invite you to meet Florent Hauchard who lives in Paris. He is first worked as a graphic designer. Then, he quickly returned to his first passion: drawing. He loves music, traveling and comic books. Three simple things that inspire him. Especially music, that is necessarily connected to the image by its context and the emotions it arouses. Florent can spend hours finding old funk, bluegrass or bossa nova albums. Meet a fabulous artist!

Describe quickly your creative lab?
A plant, a tablet and a computer, no more and no less. However, I am very mobile, and I like to work in several places thanks to my iPad Pro which accompanies me everywhere.

In two sentences, how would you describe your work technique?
First, very fast paper sketches, then a more sophisticated sketch on the tablet and finally the colorization using digital painting on photoshop.

What is the project you are most proud of?
My poster for eco-friendly conferences for BNP Paribas I think, especially at the level of the structure.

What are your favorite colors to create?
I love yellow and purple, retro colors that vibrate!

Why did you become an illustrator?
Answer cliché: by passion. I started as a graphic designer, but I always liked drawing, like my father probably. So naturally I quickly returned to drawing in my professional life.

In four words, how would you describe your style of animations?
Retro, dynamic, colorful, crazy.

What is the project you dream of?
An album cover for Tom Misch?

What does a typical day look like Florent's life?
It always starts with a hearty breakfast, an hour of research of visuals or inspirations in a more global way, 1h of sport then direction the offices in motorcycle to work until the end of the day. I have a great coworking space with great people, so it's always a pleasure to work :)

What inspires you?
Mainly other visual artists be they graphic designers, illustrators, motion designers ... etc. and, especially music. I like to draw references to cinema as well as I do not go as often as I would like to.  

What is your favourite blog or website?
I really like Behance and Inspiration Design which are big classics for inspiring research.