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Lux Contest 2017
Last Thursday, May 11th at the Livart was held the Competition Lux 2017, and the winners were unveiled. This event underlines the excellence in photography and in illustration in Quebec. This year, Marie-Christine Brisson, partner of the private hospital, was a member of the jury illustration. Benoît Tardif of the agency obtained 2 awards, one for the book cover Géolocaliser L'Amour from Editions Ta Mère and the other one for his participation in the big campaign illustrated for Producteurs de Lait du Québec. Thanks to LG2 and also to Infopresse to support the illustration in Quebec and for your invitation!
Applied Arts 2017 awards / Canada
Emmanuel Polanco / Steppenwolf Theater's poster / Chicago
You wonder who was the lucky one? Emmanuel Polanco kinked John Malkovich who hung his work - one of the 40 print poster for the 40th anniversary of the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago - in the magnificent bathroom of the actor! John Malkovich speaks about it with his words, which you can listen to and see here.
And the icing on the cake, this poster won already 1 prize at the Competition 2016 Communication Arts ' annual Design and it is also in the running in the CLIO Awards on 2016.
Benoit Tardif / Lux Awards
At Colagene for 3 years now, Benoit Tardif stands out by strong, straightforward and provocative illustrations. He illustrated for the Journal de Montréal, Dinette Magazine, Citroën, The New York Times and many more. His work was rewarded during the last Lux Awards, which the unveiling took place last thursday at the Place des Arts of Montreal. He was given 2 awards: Editorial category for the Airports of Paris, and cultural, for the Théâtre la Licorne with the project 'Intimate Territories".
Katrinn Pelletier / Summer research
Spring takes time to officially settle down in Quebec. Katrinn, impatient, enjoyed seeing life in green and to explore tropical and floral subjects around fashion and beauty.
Véronique Joffre / Le Parisien magazine and much more!
Véronique Joffre illustrated in paper-cuts an article on OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) for The Parisian magazine. Thereafter, a tribute to Jane Goodall (famous British primatologist), and to conclude, dog walking and their masters!
Bomboland / Numerical or paper-cut advertising!
Bomboland is an Italian duet composed of Maurizio and his partner Elisa. Their secret lies in the paper-cut as well as their mastery of digital technology. They present us with their last projects; a magnificent campaign entitled "Don't let food get in between" for the dental floss's brand Guardian, made in collaboration with DDB Singapore.
We can also find an illustration for Il Giornale della famiglia, plus an illustration of crocodile absolutely charming for PUH magazine. Curious? You can have an overview of their working universe in this video. Be sure to have a small Italian dictionary within easy reach!
Ëlodie / Essays of Style
Lux contest 2015 winners / Quebec
We are very proud to announce that Benoit Tardif won 4 awards, included one first prize, and Aaron McConomy, one award, from Lux Contest 2015 that rewards the 100 best images of the year, in the field of illustration and photography in Quebec.
Winners of Applied Arts illustration contest / Canada
Several illustators at the clinic won an award at the illustration contest of the magazine Applied Arts. Discover the works that won below. For more details, visit the complete list of winners here.
Applied Arts Winners
Congratulations to Mydeadpony and the graphic clinic, Sonia Roy, Marie-Ève Tremblay and Karen Klassen for their winning illustrations at the well-known Canadian contest Applied Arts Illustration Awards.
Francis Léveillée won an LUX award / Montreal
Francis Léveillée won an LUX award in the “business communication” category for its illustration realized for Get your illustration fix 2011 colagene guide book and the serigraphy
American Illustration 30 / USA
The illustrations of Karen Klassen and Edward McGowan have been selected to appear in the American Illustration 30 best illustrations book and one illustration of Julien Pacaud was an award winner for the Chosen category to appear on American Illustration website.
Applied Arts Annual winners / Canada
Congrats to Karen Klassen, Julien Pacaud and Edward McGowan, winners of the Canadian contest Applied Arts Illustration Awards. Their illustrations are featured in the new special edition currently on newstands.
Communication Arts Illustration Annual / United States of America
Sonia Roy / Award for th Best Illustration category / Alberta
Congratulations to Sonia Roy for her recent “Best Illustration” award at the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association's annual awards for the illustration published with the article about resurgence of the aerospace industry in Alberta.
Lux competition / Province of Quebec
Congratulations to Aaron McConomy and Francis Léveillée who were both awarded a prize in the contest Lux. Aaron in the editorial category for his series for the magazine Enjeux Les Echos. And Francis, in the personal work category for his series of exhibition dogs for Art & Design presented at the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT].
Born to Be Unique. Don’t miss reading "Illustration Discovery”, the exclusive interview with Marie-Christine Brisson, co-founder of the Colagene agency, by Born to Be Unique! (French only, unfortunately!)
Applied Arts. as well as the post on Applied Arts blog
Grafika 2010. Collaboration in the Canal Savoir project, recipient of an award in the category Motion Design - Culture. By Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau, Martin Laliberté, Emmanuel Polanco, Mathieu Babin and Underground Productions. http://www.grafika.com
Congratulations to all winners
Computer Arts. 3 Colagene illustrators appear in this month issue of the magazine Computer Arts: Handmade versus Digital (Issue 133) A must-read, interviews on Takeshi, An urban playground, and one on Bombo, Handmade meets digital. As well as an article in which Julien de Repentigny reveals the secret of his technical work. See the video: vimeo.com/9042094