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David Despau / Stranger Things

For the release of the first episodes of Season 2 of Stranger Things on Netflix, David Despau illustrates the portraits of the characters Dustin and Eleven.

David Despau / Canadian royal currency / Canada

In association with the agency FCB Montreal, David Despau illustrated a series of scenes revealing the Canadian courage and strength on the Canadian royal currency. The illustrations, filled with emotions and life, took place on coins and on vairous other supports of the ad campaign.

David Despau / Madame Figaro / Business with Attitude / France

For the awards ceremony of the Business with Attitude event organized by Madame Figaro, highlighting female entrepreneurship David Despau created the portraits of the 6 finalists. Damien "Elroy" Vignaux created the opening film, as well as all the animated slides for the awards ceremony.

David Despau / Agglomération Béziers Méditerranée

Frédéric Lacas, Chairman of the Agglomération Béziers Méditerranée, gives you his best wishes. All of these illustrations were created by David Despau.

David Despau / Vendée Globe / Safran

David Despau illustrated Safran's press file for the Vendée Globe sailing race. Safran sponsors for French skippers Morgan Lagravière. We wish him a good race!

David Despau / ELLE Quebec

ELLE Quebec recently mandated David Despau to illustrate the portrait of the acting editor in chief of the magazine! You'll find this beautiful portrait in the October 2016 issue of the magazine.

David Despau / Star Trek

Fan of Star Trek? This year, the saga of Paramount Picture celebrates its 50th anniversary. David Despau created diverse promotional pictures and packagings for the collection The Wrath of Khan. 

David Despau / Pélerin Magazine

3 magnificent realistic compositions signed David Despau demonstrating of the pope' actions, for the article "Surprising pope François" for the Pilgrim magazine.

David Despau / The Novelties !

David Despau’s illustrations are a perfect match for the advertising and fashion industry. He presents us the last campaign for the glasses brand Etnia Barcelona as well as 2 T-shirts designs for Noble Project.

David Despau / Institutional Investor magazine

Institutional Investor magazine is specialized in research and world rankings publications that serve as industry benchmarks, informing and influencing its audience. David Despau was requested to illustrate portraits of Shelly Yang, Kim Sung Jin et Rajah Sukumar for an article of the magazine.

David Despau / Hauck & Aufhäuser Bank / Germany

David Despau created the portraits of the founding fathers of Hauck & Aufhäuser, a private bank which takes care of private asset management. He was missioned to modernize the image of the bank, while preserving the values of this one: tradition, reliability and trust.

David Despau / Personal research

Cars, a dragon and a robot... Here are the last personal creations of David Despau. David is available in August so don't hesitate to share and suggest his work to your team!

David Despau / New Trail Magazine / University of Alberta / State of Alberta

David Despau illustrated a series of 24 portraits which pay tribute to the Alumni of the University of Alberta which also celebrates its 100 years. From 1911 to nowadays, we can discover in this edition of New Trail Magazine, 24 students who create the history ans spirit of this school.

David Despau / Poster / In Bicycle We Trust / Madrid

David illustrated the new urban myth; half-human being, half-bike. This printed campaign for In Bicycle We Trust's stores, also comes with a beautiful animation.

David Despau / GQ Magazine / UK

David Despau illustrated the rugby players Mike Brown, Joe Launchbury and Courtney Laws, for the article Players to watch from GQ file Electric Performance.

David Despau / Vivre Magazine / League against Cancer / Paris

Here is the portrait of Richard Doll, a well known British epidemiologist doctor, made by David Despau for Vivre magazine of the League against Cancer in France.

David Despau / Société Générale campaign / London + Hong Kong

Continuation of the series of illustrations created by David Despau for the advertising campaign of the bank Société Générale targeting investors and those who need funding.

David Despau / Epic Life Magazine, Vail Resorts / United States

With the Sochi Olympics in mind, David Despau was asked to create the portraits of 6 Olympic hopeful athletes for an article about them in Epic Life Magazine, the Vail Resorts publication.

David Despau / Magazine Long Cours / Paris

David Despau illustrated the article Dechen Yeshi, la jeune fille aux yaks. Living at a 3,200 m altitude in Tibet, she founded the company Norlha, which sells yak wool (the khullu, equivalent to cashmere) and creates throws and scarves that are sold in luxury boutiques.

David Despau / La Gazette de Marcel Rose / Paris

La Gazette de Marcel Rose, new magazine and societal trendsetter on homosexuality in France has just been released. David Despau participated to the first issue by performing 3 illustrations for articles: History, Fashion and Sociology.

David Despau / Société Générale / London + Hong Kong

 Illustration by David Despau for a digital poster, animated by Damien Vignaux, as well as a printed billboard for the Société Générale.

The bank's mission is to make the link between those who have money (investors) and those financing needs (the issuers). This link is symbolized by flows that meet and build an imaginary bridge.

David Despau / Time 100 Magazine / New York

David Despau drew 19 portraits of the 100 most influential people in the World according to Time. They were published in their latest special issue.

David Despau / ESPN Magazine + personal researches

David Despau created 4 illustrations of famous sport athletes for the article " War is the answer" in the Analytics issue of ESPN magazine.

He also shares with us a series of personal illustrations that he named "Legend Sneakers"; a mix between legendary sport shoes and renowned people. 

David Despau / New illustrator / Madrid, Spain

Initially a student in architecture, David chose to study Fine Arts instead. After graduating with a degree in design, he continued to work in design, advertising and illustration. He has been a freelance illustrator, art director and creative director at digital advertising agencies.

 To see more, consult his portfolio.