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Emmanuel Polanco / Santa Clara Magazine and Texas Monthly US Magazines / USA

Emmanuel Polanco became famous from the Southeast to the West of the United States with these 2 beautiful images created for 2 American magazines : Santa Clara Magazine (California) and Texas Monthly Magazine.

CAA magazine / Canada

The CAA magazine loves our artists' team and we give them back our best! Discover 3 beautiful new creations made by Steve ScottTonwen Jones and Nazario Graziano.

Benoit Tardif / Air le Mag / France

Series of illustrations by Benoit Tardif for the file Inspire yourself from Air le Mag, McDonald's magazine.

Silke Werzinger / Last projects

Here are the new projects from Silke Werzinger exploring different mediums. First an editorial for Migros Magazine in Switzerland, then an illustration for Motion Magazine from Munich airport, and finally an illustration for the newspaper Die Ziet.

Emmanuel Polanco / M le Monde / France

Emmanuel Polanco has illustrated the article on the brand on fashion engaged for M le Monde magazine of the 9th of June 2017.

Emmanuel Polanco / Management special issue / France

Series of illustrations for the special edition of Le leadership au féminin (Female Leadership) of Management magazine, for the June 2017 issue created by Emmanuel Polanco.

Dima Godunov / Latest creations

Here is a small selection of the latest creations by Dima Godunov. He is available at the moment and during all summer long for your simple or audacious projects. Discover his book to see all what he is capable of.

Tonwen Jones / Baltimore Magazine

Tonwen Jones has again managed to express a lot of  joy and energy in this illustration which accompanies an article on one of the pioneers and influencers regarding ecological construction in the United States. Discover the whole article online here.

Kelly Schykulski / Effectif Magazine

This list of words was the only brief for this project: training, neuro-science, e-learning, social learning, big data, serious gaming and creativity. Kelly Schykulski pursues his collaboration with the Effectif magazine, published by l'Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA).

Zigor Samaniego / Le Parisien magazine / France

Zigor Samaniego created a family of "bobos" (bourgeois bohemians - contraction of bourgeois-bohème) in 3D for the article Ras-le bobo! of the magazine Le Parisien.

Jérôme Mireault / Freundin magazine / Germany

Jérôme Mireault illustrated a series of funny situations that arrive during a wedding, for the magazine Freundin, in Germany.

Zigor Samaniego / Pharmacy Practice+ and The Medical Post

Zigor Samaniego has the chance to create this "fun" serie of characters with his unique 3D style for Pharmacy Practice+ and The Medical Post.

Stephanie F. Scholz / Editorial news

The 3 first ones are for a platform for urban gardening called "Let it grow" in a monthly column. The first article spoke about BIOFIT, the second one about a green gym that uses natural materials of green schools and how plants help children learn, the 3rd illustration accompanied an article about vertical forests. The last illustration is for a book project about telescopes called "Looking Up". It depicts the Holmdel Horn Antenna in New Jersey with which microwave background radiation was discovered in the 60s.

Silke Werzinger / Cosmopolitan magazine

The Cosmopolitan magazine called out Silke Werzinger to illustrate one of its articles, and, two personal illustrations; Fade into you and a portrait of Father John Misty.

Ross 3D / Medical marijuana / Ontario

In Canada and since few years, marijuana for medical uses is popular and very well regulated. Ross 3D collaborated with the magazine Pharmacy Practice + for the cover of their March 2017 issue to promote and inform the pharmacists of the Ontario province about this treatment.

Tonwen Jones / FundEd magazine / UK

Tonwen Jones created the cover for the Summer issue of FundEd magazine.

Andi Meier / GeolinoZeitreise magazine

Discover portraits of a Pharaon, of Stalin, Churchill, De Gaulle and other created in plasticine by Andi Meier for the german magazine GeolinoZeitreise magazine which is intended to young people.

Anne Cresci / Spring vibes for our favorite magazines

Anne Cresci always gives us and still lots of energy and good vibrations in this spring period. Glow Magazine and Professional Speaking magazines adore her, what about you?

Ëlodie / Avantages magazine / France

Serie of 5 illustrations created by Ëlodie on the theme of the organic food for magazine Avantages.

Silke Werzinger / Editorial news

Discover here 2 astological signs of Cosmopolitain 2017 magazine, and also an extract of the last feature illustrated by Silke Werzinger for the german magazine Die Zeit.

Tonwen Jones / Maps / London

Here are 2 maps created by Tonwen Jones. One on Whisky regions for the restaurant J. Sheekey in London, and the other, a map of India, displayed in the Royal botanic gardens of Kew, still in London.

Nazario Graziano / M le magazine, le Monde / France

Nazario illustrates a theme for the IFRAP (Fondation pour la recherche sur les administrations et les politiques publiques) and its CEO, the essayist Agnès Verdier Molinié.

Damien Vignaux / Management magazine / France

Damien Vignaux pursues his monthly collaboration with the Management magazine. Every month, he illustrates a CEO. Find Karl Lagarfeld, Jean-Paul Agon (CEO of L'Oréal) and Elon Musk (boss of SpaceX and Tesla Motors).

Owen Gent / Philosophie Magazine / France

Owen Gent illustrated for the articles Pourquoi tant de haine ? (Why so much hatred?) and Kit mains libres (Hands free Kit) of the Philosophie magazine.

Sonia Roy / Paris WorldWide / France

Sonia Roy created a series of 7 illustrations for an article on "The masters of numbers" in the magazine of the airports of Paris, Paris WorldWide.

Benoit Tardif / The Baffler Magazine

With always as much humor and talent, Benoit Tardif is original with his funny illustrations apprearing in several articles in the The Baffler Magazine for the January 2017 issue.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Coup de pouce magazine

Marie-Eve Tremblay ​​illustrates her monthly column in the February 2017 issue of Coup de Pouce magazine, under the theme "Love, fresh water and socks lying on the floor".

Sonia Roy / Scientific American Mind Magazine

Sonia Roy's collage for the article "Nurturing Genius" of Tom Clynes of the Magazine Scientific American Mind Magazine of January-February 2017.

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.

Antonio Uve / L'Express

Séries of illustrations by Antonio Uve created for an article on spirits in the l’Express magazine.

Damien Vignaux / L'Express Styles

For the second year in a row, a Colagene's artist signs the Shopping chronic of the l'Express Styles special Jewelry. Last year, it was Takeshi, and this year it is Damien Vignaux's turn.

Andi Meier / The Washington Post

With the new year approaching, The Washington Post asked Andi Meier to create the cover page which features the important moments of 2016. "The Worst Year in Washington" is illustrated entirely in clay by the german artist. Thanks for this wonderful collaboration!

Silke Werzinger / Cosmopolitan magazine

This year, the 2017 astrology of the Cosmopolitan magazine appears under the new cycle theme: the Huge Revival. This illustration is signed Silke Werzinger.

Sonia Roy / New Trail Magazine / University of Alberta

Sonia continues her collaboration with New Trail magazine by illustrating the article about The current state of how sex education is taught, and how behind the times it is.

Owen Gent / Creations and researches

Here are some of Owen Gent's last creations, filled with poetry and melancholy. Discover a poster for "Prints Charming" - an exhibition raising money for the art therapy charity Art Refuge UK, then an editorial illustration for Spatially Literate Experience Design, an illustration for How Did Hitler Rise to Power, short film for TED-Ed. Finally, an editorial illustration for the magazine Modern Reformation.

Stephanie F. Scholz / Air le mag

Special focus on Kardashian's family illustrated by Stephanie F. Scholz for Air le Mag (McDonald's).

Emmanuel Polanco / Management special issue

Series of illustrations and cover created by Emmanuel Polanco for the special issue Create your own business in 2017 for the Management magazine. Last year, it was Damien Vignaux who had created them about the expats.

Benoit Tardif / Talent Economy magazine

In Talent Economy's winter issue, see the story of how Ryan LLC, the tax firm, switched from a long history of demanding in-office hours to a total flexibility on schedules. The magazine worked on making this article one of a kind using Benoit Tardif's illustrations.

Kelly Schykulski / Effectif magazine

Always on target with colorful and conceptual illustrations, Kelly continues his collaboration with the magazine Effectif, published by the Order of Accredited Human Resources Advisors (CRHA).

Damien Vignaux / GQ Watches / France

Damien Vignaux illustrates, for the GQ watches supplement, the cover as well as an article on the trend of the seventies.

Nazario Graziano / Redbook Magazine

Why should you go on a cruise this year? Nazario Graziano answers in his own way by creating for Redbook magazine 3 photocollages rich in colors and which inspire an immediate holiday departure.

Emmanuel Polanco / GQ France

Emmanuel Polanco illustrates the article The new snipers of the right for GQ France. A subject on the future "strong men" of the right to watch over the next few years.

Silke Werzinger / Cosmopolitan magazine

The best of home care : All the high-tech products and new gestures that we can't do without.  It is the special article on Hair that Silke Werzinger illustrated illustrated for the female magazine Cosmopolitan.

Giordano Poloni / Digital and retro creations

Volkswagen, Pace Magazine, Esquire UK, 99 Homes for Delve, Mr Porter x Paul Smith are part of the clients who appealed Giordano Poloni. Here's a short selection in images.

Nazario Graziano / L'OBS

Nazario Graziano illustrated The company car of the future for l'OBS magazine.

Antonio Uve / Magazine University Affairs

Antonio Uve illustrated with his characters the University Affairs magazine, for the file on the studies and the bridging admissions in schools when you are a foreigner. What can be more complicated than imagined in Canada because, according to provinces, available subscriptions are expensive and limited.  

Óscar Llorens / Sexy, chic and colorful creations!

Here are several projects and personal researches done by Oscar Llorens. Discover Oscar's different styles, which oscillate between realism and line drawing.

Benoit Tardif / Inter & Dinette Magazines

This month, find Benoit Tardif's colorful creations in the Inter magazine, published by the University of Quebec in Montreal, as well as Dinette magazine, which focuses on food and gastronomy in Quebec. Good reading !

Benoit Tardif / McDo, Air Le Mag + Ricardo cooking magazine

Benoit made a series of llustrations for the article The « sorry syndrome », you know? of the magazine Air le Mag and illustrates the chronic "mouth to EAR" of Ricardo magazine, which like the Clinic, celebrates its 15 years this year!

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.

Dima Godunov / Researches on the theme of the couple

In his last personal researches, Dima dealt with the theme of the relations between men and women. Sometimes, there are difficult, often delicious, but never boring times.

Nicole Jarecz / Chic & fashion!

Always in her fashion world, Nicole Jarecz continues her researches for style and for technique. Concerning silhouettes above, she has worked the watercolor, the line and the transparency. To see other of her researches see her portfolio.

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.

Kelly Schykulski / The Positive Side Magazine

Kelly Schykulski offers, for the fall issue of The Positive Side magazine, a series of sweet pictures that deals with a sensitive subject: HIV today.

Benoit Tardif / The New York Times magazine

Benoit Tardif has once again been chosen to illustrate an article in the New York Times. The article is an OP-ED (OPposite of the EDitorial page), which analyzes the precarious situation of the Left Party in the US. It expresses the views of a person - the author - who doesn't usually maintain links with the newspaper's editorial board.

Aaron McConomy / Botanical garden of Montreal / Quatre-Temps Review

Aaron McConomy was chosen to illustrate the four 2016/2017 editions of the magazine Ember Days; the popular science magazine in botany and horticulture published by the Friends of the Montreal Botanical Garden for over 30 years.

Anne Cresci / Avantages magazine / Paris

Anne Cresci's illustration for Avantages magazine about five new "tribes" of women of today: sharers, vegans, mumies, makers and Millenials.

Pablo Pasadas / Avantages magazine

Here is 3 collages on the food theme for the article local Spécialités locales, je craque ou pas ? of the magazine Advantages. Pablo Pasadas illustrated a Tour de France of the local specialities of the various regions.

Sonia Roy / Best COLLAGE artists from SAMPLE magazine

Sample magazine, which puts forward the best Collage projects worldwide, selected 14 artists of 14 countries for its special Collage Design issue. We are proud that Sonia Roy is one of the members selected.

Tonwen Jones / Essays of style + BBC Focus magazine

Tonwen Jones widens her creative horizons with the trying of a new style in her researches for a project on the food theme. Beautiful dishes that will give you the creation hunger ! She also illustrates a map which shows the cultural attractions of Manchester city for BBC Focus magazine in the UK.

Stephanie F. Scholz / Editorials and news

Stéphanie is busy this summer; besides being available this month, she has just finalized illustrations for Missy Magazine and Luna magazine. Keep your eyes open for Zeit magazine in the upcoming months; she was chosen to illustrate the whole magazine.

Anne Cresci / Santé Magazine

Anne Cresci Illustrates the Sexuality folder of Santé magazine (Health magazine). Audacious subjects illustrated with talent and elegance.

Damien Vignaux / Baku Magazine

The summer issue of Baku magazine is dedicated to the Formula 1, Damien Vignaux created the cover.

Benoit Tardif / Dinette and Alberta Venture magazines

In need for the perfect illustration for your next editorial issue? Discover below Benoit Tardif's colored creations, made for Dinette and Alberta Venture magazines.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Que choisir magazine (What to choose magazine)

Series of 6 illustrations created by Marie-Eve for the «Banks, are your accounts secured?» folder, for the N°143 Que Choisir Argent magazine. (What to choose Money magazine)

Dima Godunov / Order of Architects of Quebec / Esquisses magazine

In one of his first projects with the Clinic, Dima Godunov illustrates the cover and an article of the Esquisses magazine of the Order of Architects of Quebec

Benoit Tardif / Kaléidoscope magazine / Montréal

To stop working only for ourselves and in isolation, how to "break the silos"? An original concept coming to life thanks to Benoit Tardif, for the cover of Kaléidoscope magazine.

Andi Meier / Desert Companion magazine / Nevada, USA

What does a 8-day RV Road trip throughout Nevada looks like? Andi Meier captured all of the different adventures and elements of the road trip made by our friends at Desert Companion.

Tonwen Jones / CAA magazine / Toronto, ON

Discover the Tonwen Jones illustrations for the CAA Magazine in the Summer to Remember section.

Nazario Graziano / Opera America Magazine / New York, NY

An evocative collage by Nazario Graziano on the history of Opera in the Americas, for the cover of Opera America Magazine.

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Express / France

Series of 12 illustrations for the Investments section of l'Express magazine realized by Emmanuel Polanco.

Andi Meier / Playboy magazine

Donald Trump makes a lot of noise these days, but there’s one area where we can glimpse the raw vulnerability of the people who make up the Trump camp: Craigslist Missed Connections.An illustration from Andi Meier for Playboy magazine, that caricatures some of the stories of the american businessman's supporters.

Sonia Roy / Quebec Science magazine / Montréal

With the imminent approach of the holiday season, it's important to remember that Your brain too needs time-off. An evocative collage of Sonia Roy for this article on the benefits of taking some time for ourselves and to decompress!

Benoit Tardif / The New York Observer + Magazine Cottage Life / New York, NY

Need to illustrate the challenges of neighborhood, or an agreement that turns sour between multinational corporations? Benoit Tardif is the illustrator to choose for your articles!

Óscar Llorens / Air For Kids (McDonald's) Magazine

2 illustrations from Oscar Llorens for the article Do you speak video games? for Air For Kids magazine (McDonald's).

Tonwen Jones / Air For Kids (McDonald's) Magazine

2 illustrations from Tonwen Jones for the article Startups are the buzz of McDonald's Air For Kids magazine.

Emmanuel Polanco / GQ France

Emmanuel Polanco's illustration for the article Profession:​ Profiler of GQ magazine France.

Damien Vignaux / Management magazine / Special issue

Damien Vignaux's series of illustrations for the special issue of Management magazine on The Expatriates. He illustrated the following topics : What if I was taking off? It's decided, I'm leaving! I work. I come back.

Katrinn Pelletier / CosmétiqueMag magazine

Katrinn Pelletier's illustrations for the Pleasure and shower care file of the CosmétiqueMag magazine.

Edward McGowan / Edward McGowan / TOTEM / Geico Now! Magazine

Our vision of working and having a career changed a lot during the last few years. This article published in the last Geico Now! Magazine's issue states it. Edward represents these changes under some of its forms.

Benoit Tardif / Dinette magazine

Experiences, cultures, passions and exchanges. This is what defines the Neighbor's Kitchen. It is an online platform offering the opportunity to find and share the best homemade food in your neighborhood. Learn more in the 4th issue of Dinette Magazine, illustrated by Benoit Tardif.

Jérôme Mireault / Canadian Geographic / Ron MacLean

Jérôme Mireault illustrates Ron MacLean, Canadian sports reporter for CBC, best known fro his involvment in hockey. You will find the illustration accompanying the article in the latest issue of Canadian Geographic in "Our Country" section.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Sneaker News / Volume III

"Throughout sneaker history, no signature line has impacted a sport like Andre Agassi's." Mydeadpony had the opportunity of creating a collage illustration of this tennis legend.

Takeshi / The Officiel magazine

The l'Officiel magazine, from Netherlands, entrusted Takeshi with an article featuring the Jeager Lecoultre's watches. The result is more than seducing. To see more of Takeshi, consult his last projects.

Óscar Llorens / Anah's Notebooks

Here's an illustration about rented brokerage for the decryption section of the internal magazine : Les Cahiers de l'Anah (Anah's Notebooks), the National Housing Agency.

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.

Katrinn Pelletier / Reader's Digest / Editor's Choice

"Few of us avoid life-changing moments". Here's the heart of this inspiring and moving story, published in the last edition of Reader's Digest, illustrated by the talented Katrinn Pelletier

Giordano Poloni / Quartz / Hitachi

One scene, and four moments of the day: You wish to know How your intersection is outfitted for crime prevention? Here are Giordano Poloni's illustrations for an article with interactive content, sponsored by Hitachi. Read the full article on Quartz (qz.com)!

Jérôme Mireault / Avenue Calgary Magazine

If you wish to know more about the chefs to discover in the Calgary area, don't hesitate to flip through the last issue of Avenue Calgary Magazine !  The article features 5 local chefs, whom portraits were illustrated by Jérôme Mireault, as well as a section of the food trends of 2016.

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!

Nazario Graziano / Clés Magazine

Will the image kill the text? A subject which concerns us all, illustrated by Nazario Graziano. A huge thanks to Clés magazine and its team for many years of wonderful collaborations.

Anne Cresci / ELLE Québec / ELLE Canada / Endless Jewelry

Anne Cresci illustrates in ELLE Québec and ELLE Canada for the company Endless Jewelry. Every bracelet is accompanied of a stylized look for all occasions, embellished with the feminine touch of the illustrator.

Emmanuel Polanco / Femme Majuscule magazine

The words that deceive us: This is the subject of very last society report of the Femme Majuscule magazine, illustrated by Emmanuel Polanco.

Owen Gent / Modern Reformation magazine

Modern Reformation magazine entrusted the text The Resurrection in has Secular World to Owen Gent, who delivered impactful illustrations for a delicate subject.

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!

In the need for infographics?

Infographics allows to visualize more easily a set of data, which can be rather complex. An image is often worth a thousand words when it comes to spreadsheets or texts. Colagene also makes infographics, here are some examples. To see more, visit the Infographics tag.

Takeshi / L'Express Styles, jewelry special issue

Takeshi's series of illustrations for the L'Express Styles jewelry's special issue, on romantic looks: Bohemian, smart and rock.

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs magazine

Last December, Emmanuel Polanco illustrated for the weekly magazine L'OBS, on the subject of the hour in France: The current state of emergency.

 

Giordano Poloni / La Parisen Magazine + Variety Magazine

Let's travel a little and discover Galicia, the Spanish Britain, illustrated by Giordano Poloni for the Destination section of the magazine The Parisian. Then, let's go to Hollywood, where Giordano illustrated an article on the ethnic diversity in the Hollywood cinematographic industry, for Variety Magazine.

 

Nazario Graziano / 01Net magazine

Illustrations for the article The jargon of high-tech explained to my sister of the 01Net magazine, created by Nazario Graziano.

 

Jérôme Mireault / The Globe and Mail

To accompany an article published in the February 2016 issue of The Globe and Mail, Jérôme Mireault illustrated the portraits of 12 of the members of the Prime Minister's Office of Canada, Justin Trudeau.

 

Véronique Joffre / 100 % Paper Cuts

The end of year 2015 was a busy time for Véronique Joffre. She illustrated an article that will be published in the next issue of the XXI Magazine, and participated in a delightful 2016 serigraphy calendar! In May she will be pleased to unveil a new youth album in collaboration with Thierry Magnier Editions.

Giordano Poloni / Westjet Magazine

Here are two new illustrations created by Giordano Poloni for the Big White Ski Resort located in Kelowna, in British Columba, Canada. The illustrations have been published in the inflight magazine of WestJet Airlines.

Benoit Tardif / Dinette magazine

Our collaboration with Dinette magazine is going on with their second issue. Discover the top 5 of the best Montreal addresses where you can enjoy a delightful hot chocolate this winter, and also everything that needs to be known about cold brew coffee. All this embellished by Benoit Tardif’s illustrations.

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.

Damien Vignaux / SNCF Magazine

Damien Vignaux illustrated a series of 6 portraits for the Magazine of the SNCF (French National Railway Company), produced by Babel Agency.

Emmanuel Polanco / Callisto Media

Emmanuel Polanco illustrates for the book of the Lightning Guides Russia: Putin’s Playground: Empire, Revolution, and the New Tzar. We find Vladimir Putin’s accomplishments, going from the Olympics of Sochi to the international, political and commercial relations.

Tonwen Jones / Callisto Media

Tonwen Jones illustrated for the book on Leonardo da Vinci’s work entitled Leonardo: Insatiable Curiosity: The Artist, the Genius, the Legend was published by the Lightning Guides in December 2015.

Anne Cresci / L’Épicurienne, Cuisine et Vins de France

Anne Cresci continues her collaboration with Cuisine et Vins de France (Cuisine and Wines of France) for their extra issue The Epicurian of January 2016, which says a lot about good French wine. You can find it in the Marie Claire’s January issue, currently on newsstands.

Mamzelle Poppy / Atmosphère Magazine / Air Transat

Here are some new illustrations by Mamzelle Poppy for the chronicle Travel In Style of the May-October 2015 edition of the Air Transat Atmosphere Magazine.

Benoit Tardif / Agora Internal magazine of Auchan

This autumn, Benoît Tardif realized this cover on Le meilleur d'Auchan accessible à tous (The Best of Auchan accessible to all) for Agora, the internal magazine of Auchan, a French supermarket.

Nazario Graziano / M le Monde

Nazario Graziano illustrated two full pages for the magazine M Le Monde for an article concerning the plane of Kadhafi. Emblem of the megalomania of the Libyan ex-dictator, the A340 ultra luxurious is in the middle of a judicial battle which will define the name of its next owner.

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.

Jérôme Mireault / Le Parisien Magazine

Jérôme Mireault illustrated the city of Liverpool in a spontaneous style, for the section Destination January 2016 issue of Le Parisien Magazine

Tonwen Jones / Red Magazine

How to spend Christmas without stress, and peacefully? It is the subject which has been asked by Red magazine to Tonwen Jones.

Emmanuel Polanco / Institutional Investor magazine / New York, NY

Magnificent full page, powerful and striking for the Institutional Investor magazine October issue created by Emmanuel Polanco. The article deals with the American bonds market of 8 trillions of dollars, as well as its new regulations and its technological breakthroughs.

Benoit Tardif / Dinette magazine

Dinette is a new magazine from Québec province! The first issue is out now for the good of our own eyes and taste buds as it’s about foodies! Discovers the illustrations signed Benoit Tardif for two articles, first one on the famous and so in drink of the moment : the Kombucha and the other one on classifying the 10 best restaurants with a delivery service. Enjoy!

Jérôme Mireault / Loulou magazine

Jérôme Mireault illustrated the different head titles of a special feature about gift ideas in this November issue of Loulou magazine.

Anne Cresci / Moët Hennessy / L’Esprit magazine

E-commerce was the subject of the last autumnal cover of L'Esprit magazine for Moët Hennessy.This illustration is signed Anne Cresci.

Sonia Roy / Orange Coast

A series of spots illustrated by Sonia Roy for the file A new look at Las Vegas of the Orange Coast magazine.

Adam James / Internal Air France Magazine

Two illustrations on the theme of waste management and sustainable development for the internal magazine " L’accent " of Air France signed Adam James Turnbull.

Sonia Roy / The Walrus

Discover this great article on food waste in the Walrus magazine of October illustrated by Sonia Roy.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Coup de Pouce magazine / Montreal

A little article about discreet people illustrated with a lot of humor and good taste by Marie-Eve Tremblay for the monthly column C’est ma vie of Coup de Pouce magazine, December issue.

Kimi Kimoki / Angels on Earth magazine

A great story on a lucky event for an American family in the Angels on Earth Magazine of September-October imagined by Kimi Kimoki.

Nazario Graziano / Clés magazine

Nazario Graziano's illustrations series for the topic "5 raisons d’espérer” (5 reasons to hope) of the magazine CLÉS.

Sonia Roy / Votre Beauté

Sonia Roy's new collaboration for the file Health of the magazine Votre Beauté: detox of the brain.

Sonia Roy / Nexus magazine / Toronto, ON

A complex and unique relation which is born between the Man and the Robot, without competition but with intelligence and beauty. That is what Sonia Roy managed to express for the Nexus magazine cover in her creation which honors and makes a reference obviously to the work " The Creation of Adam " of Michel-angel.

Takeshi / La Pan magazine / Hong Kong

Takeshi this illustration for the brand Versus on the wine tastings for the new magazine Le Pan, based in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide.

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs magazine / Paris

The article illustrated by Emmanuel Polanco raises the question of the immigration of today with regard to the immigration of the last century. Is it the same? France will be up to it in front of this new immigration and also face to the expansion of the extreme right and the FN (Front National). All these questions are put in perspective by the publication of Jean Daniel's book (founder and now editorial writer of Le Nouvel Observateur magazine, become L’Obs) “Mirrors of a life”.

Reporters sans Frontières / Paris

Colagene was chosen to work for an issue of the well-known Reporters sans Frontières magazine about freedom of expression. Mamzelle Poppy illustrated the portrait of Christophe Deloire, the magazine's general secretary and Chris Arran, the portrait of Gao Yu, a Chinese journalist.

Ëlodie / Votre Beauté magazine / France

"Compliments, take it or leave it?" and "Food and I", two articles illustrated by Ëlodie for the psycho column of Votre Beauté French magazine, for this summer and fall issues.

Edward McGowan / Audit & Beyond / UK

Here are Edward McGowan's last personal artworks including Audit & Beyond magazine for the article The mechanics of Business.

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs magazine / Paris

Emmanuel Polanco illustrated a debate questionning if Michel Foucault was a neoliberal philosopher and published in one of French magazine L'Obs's summer issues. 

Benoit Tardif / The CNRS journal / Paris

Enjoy below 4 illustrations signed Benoit Tardif for the openers of CNRS journal, Summer no.281 issue

Anne Cresci / Cosmopolitan Germany magazine / Hamburg

Who is happiest in their job? It’s the theme of this article illustrated by Anne Cresci for August issue of Cosmopolitan Germany.

Aaron McConomy / Canadian Geographic + Education Forum / Ottawa

2 illustrations created by Aaron McConomy. The first one is a mini-interview of Christine Sinclair, famous sportswoman who was 10 times elected Canadian player of feminine soccer of the year, for the magazine Canadian Geographic. The second one illustrated the future of the education in Ontario is handled by the magazine Education Forum

Ëlodie / Madame Figaro magazine / Paris

Ëlodie continues its collaboration with Madame Figaro and illustrates two new episodes of the novel L'envers du décor (Behind the scenes) by Tatiana de Rosnay. On the menu: Meeting on the Eurostar and Lunch with his friend Henry.

Tonwen Jones / Com' Ent magazine / Paris

With a little of delay, we present you a topic which handles with the question of the identity, through, on one hand, a philosophic approach (who am I? I am the same throughout my existence? etc.) and, on the other hand, the problems of brand identity (logotype, positioning, storytelling). Illustrated by Tonwen Jones for the magazine Com' Ent of last spring.

Sonia Roy / Southwest magazine / Dallas

A nice story that will make you want to go fishing with your family. Sonia Roy succeed this nice bet to mix vintage collage with fishing world and wild nature!

Aaron McConomy / Cottage Life / Canada

Aaron McConomy is not afraid of dragonflies. And you? Look how Cottage Life speaks about them this month to make you discover that they cannot be as cute as we think!

Sonia Roy / Ateliers d’art magazine / Paris

Discover below a selection of a series of 10 illustrations created by Sonia Roy for a feature questionning about the festival of art professions as an ideal recipe and published in Atelier d'art French magazine, July/August issue 2015.

Kelly Schykulski / AESN, Harvard Business Review, Professionally Speaking

Here are 3 illustrations signed Kelly Schykulski for 3 different clients. First of all one created for a pitch competition for the AESN (Eau Seine Normandie agency) annual report, then an illustration for Harvard Business Review and last but not least a drawing for Professionally Speaking magazine.

Ëlodie / Madame Figaro magazine / Paris

This summer, it's Ëlodie that has been chosen to illustrate 4 episodes of new short stories published in Madame Figaro French magazine. Here is a preview of the first 2 episodes. On the beach, in the mountains or in your hammock, enjoy each week a new illustrated story. Thanks to Madame Figaro team for this great collaboration!

Ëlodie / Madame Figaro magazine / Paris

Hairdressing and beauty, here are words that are speaking directly to Ëlodie who is a fan of fashion ! So, when Madame Figaro magazine offered her to illustrate the Hairdressing beauty tutorial called BEAUTE cc FLAVE of June issue, it was enough for her to create a wonderful series of illustrations that you can discover below. Ladies, we invite you to try this on your own manes!

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.

Silke Werzinger / Gemey and Cosmopolitan / Paris

Here is the first illustration of a very beautiful series to come of advertorials for the make-up brand Gemey and published in Cosmopolitan magazine. This first drawing was created in relation with the 100th anniversary of GEMEY brand! Watch out for the other up-coming trendy illos, also all signed Silke Werzinger.

 

Anne Cresci / Marie Claire & Coup de Pouce magazines / Paris & Montreal

Discover in the first place the cover of this freebie supplement about French cuisine and wines illustrated by Anne Cresci and added in the French issues of Marie-Claire and Marie-Claire home magazines.

In the seconde place, we invite you to enjoy this explosion of flowers and colors created with a lot of poetry by Anne Cresci for an article on happiness published in Coup de Pouce magazine.

Kelly Schykulski / Interview in Applied Arts Magazine blog / Canada

Discover Kelly Schykulski’s little secrets in the article of the Applied Arts blog called “New work by Kelly Schykulski”. See his last project with Alberta Views and its 10 tourism mini-guides for the year 2015.

Nazario Graziano / L'Obs magazine / Paris

"And your husband, what does he do for living?" This is the title of an article published in L'Obs french magazine on the social gap that can exist in a couple and illustrated by Nazario Graziano.

Mamzelle Poppy / Atmosphere inflight magazine / Montreal

Let’s fly to Europe with this article about Mediterranean fashion illustrated by Mamzelle Poppy for Atmosphere, Canadian airline Air Transat’s inflight travel magazine.

Pablo Pasadas / Avantages magazine / Paris

Retro-modern series for an article on overstepping your own limits for Advantages magazine. To enjoy more artworks in this very same fresh and alive spirit, have a look at Pablo Pasadas’ news.

Emmanuel Polanco / Ateliers d'Art Magazine / Paris

Never better trained than by yourself? This is the theme of a survey on self-education published in Studios of French magazine Ateliers d'Art, and illustrated by Emmanuel Polanco in an uncluttered and poetic style.

Takeshi / M Le Monde magazine

Takeshi illustrated the universe of luxury rentals for an article on luxurious Airbnb apartments, for M Le Monde magazine. These rentals are essentially permanent condos in the city and summer villas and houses, in France and abroad.

Nicole Jarecz / Women's Health Magazine / Pennsylvania

How to adopt the best posture at your workstation? Here are some tricks for you not to have backache anymore. Discover the article illustrated by Nicole Jarecz in the magazine Women Health of May 2015.

Emmanuel Polanco / Global Brief Magazine / Canada

Yes, all the subjects are possible to illustrate, even the most delicate. Emmanuel Polanco shows us once again, in this article about the big lessons of the Arab Spring of the Global Brief magazine. To read the article in French it is here.

Katrinn Pelletier / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Here is a very sensitive and beautiful series of illustrations by Katrinn Pelletier for an article about the story of a man, Dan Rubinstein, who accepted to change his life to make it better after a serious knee injury. The article titled Gone strolling is published in the April issue of Reader’s Digest magazine.

Óscar Llorens / Fortune Magazine / New York

To be an entrepreneur and succeed whatever is your route, your age or your work experiences it is possible. Óscar Llorens illustrated these ideas in the article of March 2015 issue Fortune Magazine.

Sonia Roy / Good Housekeeping magazine / London

Delightful series of six illustrations by Sonia Roy for the article Guilt doesn't help. This will!  published in The Caregiver's Handbook column of Good Housekeeping magazine, March issue.

Emmanuel Polanco / L'Obs magazine / Paris

The freedom of expression, a topical subject for the last debate of the magazine the Ob, illustrated by Emmanuel Polanco: the useful idiots of the FN (Front National).

Bomboland / Pharmacy Practice + / Toronto

For the cover of Pharmacy Practice+ of February 2015, Bomboland represented pharmacists as small papercut birds helping and advising their customers-birds ! So answering the question: "How are pharmacists feeling ?"

Pablo Pasadas / Avantages magazine / Paris

The new collage style of Pablo Pasadas is at its very best for the article named Low cost : je déjoue les pièges (Low cost : I prevent myself from traps) published in Avantages magazine March issue.

Nazario Graziano / Response Magazine / Seattle

Nazario Graziano proposes a fresh and energetic cover for the magazine of Seattle Pacific University. We can understand all the important steps of a student's life there : from working groups to hours of research, the diploma ceremony and finally the professional life.

Mamzelle Poppy / Apple Magazine applemag.ca / Calgary

Mamzelle Poppy created a colorful portrait as we like them for an article of Apple magazine applemag.ca which motivates everyone to open and to speak about their own feelings. Because, sometimes, we hide severe disorders and problems in relation with the mental health.

Benoit Tardif / Les Libraires / Quebec city

Benoit Tardif illustrated the cover of the literary review Les Libraires. This cover is referring to the topic of this February-March issue’s special article about the presence of the Seven Deadly Sins in our today’s readings.

Emmanuel Polanco / Femme Majuscule magazine / Paris

Symbolic illustration as Emmanuel Polanco knows how to do the best, to represent a social discussion around the following question : "Sexuality, are we still free?" published in Femme Majuscule French magazine.

Mamzelle Poppy / Avantages magazine / Paris

Cooking is honoured on these illustrations by Mamzelle Poppy for the article titled Viandes et poissons je sublime les petits prix (Meat and fish, I enhance low prices) published in Avantages magazine, March issue.

Anne Cresci / Ryerson University Magazine / Toronto

For the "Fashion kills" article of the Ryerson University magazine, Anne Cresci illustrated this skeletal sweet little couple. So trendy that we forget to be afraid !

Aaron McConomy / Com'Ent magazine / Paris

Aaron McConomy  illustrated for the cover and special article about truth and lies regarding the communication field in France, for the last issue of Com'Ent magazine published by Communication and Firm in France association. The publication is about reflexions on trends and actual evolutions of the communication field. To know about it, we invite you to consult the magazine.

Benoit Tardif / Journal de Montreal - JM insert / Montreal

If you are a fervent follower of Journal de Montréal, you must have noticed that its collaboration with Benoit Tardif is going on and on! As a matter of fact, Benoit still illustrates weekly for the articles published in the insert called “Cahier JM”. Here are his last drawings from January issues.

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.

Mamzelle Poppy / Le Parisien magazine / Paris

Discover, through Mamzelle Poppy's graphic touch, these must-see places to visit in London city and presented in Le Parisien magazine through the Travel route : Destination London column.

Ëlodie / Marie-Claire China Magazine / Pékin

Here is the result of a special report illustrated by Ëlodie about the environment in the city for Marie-Claire China Magazine. She was requested to create a visual mixing Nature with famous singers' portraits in China, as the chinese artist Khali Fong from Hong Kong .

Sonia Roy / Red Magazine / London

Here is a beautiful scene illustrated by Sonia Roy for an article on caregivers, from Red magazine's February issue. The article is telling the story of a woman who went through this human experience, also a difficult one, by welcoming her husband's mother at her home to support her and to take care of her.

Ëlodie / Votre Beauté magazine / Paris

Here is "Beauty" illustrated by Ëlodie, in a snow white version way, for an article about aging and published in the psychology column of Votre Beauté French magazine's February issue.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Personal life column - Coup de Pouce magazine / Montreal

Romance and humor are filling Marie-Eve Tremblay's last illustration for “Vie Perso” (Personal Life) column of Coup de Pouce Magazine. The theme for this February issue is about the kiss. It was necessary to mark the occasion, Valentine’s Day being the event of the month.

Nicole Jarecz / Various realizations / Paris

Nicole Jarecz, whose works endlessly evolve, is proud to share with you her last realizations. First of all, silhouettes realized in the magazine Commons&Sense in Japan for an article about Tiffany jewels . Then, a patchwork of clothes and accessories for gifts. A scene of a bike in spring, very smart and with pastel colors. And, last but least, an illustration created for Ford USA. To see more of her recent work, visit her portfolio.

Tonwen Jones / CAA Magazine Winter issue / Canada

Tonwen Jones brings her special touch of colors and her collage style to the winter issue of CAA magazine. She created a map showing the location of different Italian museums where people can enjoy the exhibition of beautiful Italian cars.

Benoit Tardif / Esquisse Magazine / Quebec Architects Association / Montreal

Here is a series of illustrations by Benoit Tardif  that are introducing some statistics in a special feature about concrete published in Quebec Architects Association's publication: Esquisse magazine.

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.

Damien Vignaux / CLES Magazine / Paris

Series of 4 illustrations, realized by Damien Vignaux, for a 10 pages file on the era of sharing, for the CLES magazine. December 2014 issue.

Jérôme Mireault / Wells Fargo Conversations Magazine / Greensboro, USA

In the colors of India, 7 animal species in danger were illustrated by Jérôme Mireault for the Autumn/Winter issue of the Wells Fargo Conversations magazine. The purpose of the article was to highlight the south-Asian environmental stakes as well as their impacts on the fauna.

Tonwen Jones / M le magazine du Monde / Paris

2 illustrations realized by Tonwen Jones for 2 different articles of M the magazine of Le Monde. The first one is a report on a ski resort just renovated in North Korea, and the second, a fictitious map on 10 accommodations of charm in the mountain.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Hemisphere magazine / Brooklyn, USA

Mydeadpony proposes a realistic, sunny and warm portrait of the actress Bette Midler for an interview in the December 2014 issue of the Hemisphere magazine. In this illustration, we can perceive the Bette Midler's very own aura and personality. The illustrator has been inspired by a photograph from Catie Lazarus and he sublimated it for us.

Mamzelle Poppy / Marie-Claire China Magazine / Pékin

The oriental flavored red highlights this floral scene of Mamzelle Poppy to present diverse cosmetics in Marie-Claire China.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

Aaron McConomy keeps on working with Québec Science magazine this year. The article illustrated this month is dealing with the discovery of a gene that would protect people from Alzheimer disease.

Damien Vignaux / Courtage project / Paris

Cover illustration of the quaterly magazine "Projet Courtage", from Allianz group, realised by Damien Vignaux, on a topic intended for the companies: Pull together to grow.

Emmanuel Polanco / M Le Monde magazine / Paris

Here are 2 illustrations that, unfortunately, haven't been published because of an editorial contents change. But, as the client and us found the images particularly beautiful, we decided to share them with you. The subject Emmanuel Polanco illustrated deals with the celebrities and their psychoanalyses.

Adam James / Canadian Business Magazine / Toronto

Adam Turnbull created a series of 3 illustrations for the MBA Guide Book from Canadian Business magazine. The story dissects the MBA application process, breaking it down into each phases. Step by step, we learn how to take the application process all in stride and to put on the side the daunting and overwhelming aspects. This is why Adam created illustrations with a maintained balance between a chaotic and a feel good composition.

Aaron McConomy / Focus Alumni magazine - McGill's Faculty of Law / Montreal

Aaron McConomy was chosen to illustrate the cover of the 2014 edition of Focus, an alumni magazine for the Faculty of Law at McGill. The issue is dealing with the profound changes through which the legal profession is undergoing due to globalization and the actual commercial and technological context.

Benoit Tardif / Télérama / Paris

Series of illustrations by Benoit Tardif realized for the article "Young people in 2014, a small lexicon of the involved Youth" from Telerama Magazine. They always want to redo the world. No, the young peoples aren't uninterested. Here is a complete overview of the causes they are defending and the emergent forms of commitment.

Sonia Roy / Femme Majuscule Magazine / Paris

Illustration work from Sonia Roy for the debate opening  « Fashion and the well-endowed » for the November-December 2014 issue of Femme Majuscule Magazine.

Nicole Jarecz / Magazine Atlanta / Atlanta

For its Fall/Winter 2014 issue, Atlanta magazine asked Nicole to illustrate the Southbound publication. The subject: a map made of the most popular attractions around 5th Avenue South from Naples, Florida. For each of them, a representative icon has been drawn to help the Fashionistas to find tasty croissants or Tracy Negoshian’s flagship store.

Benoit Tardif / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

Benoit Tardif illustrated an article about the ageing of the Human body for this November issue of Quebec Science Magazine.

Damien Vignaux / Le Monde magazine / Paris

During this month of the Paris International Paris Motor Show, Le Monde Magazine wanted to illustrate a complete supplement file with photographs of the press (modern and more older). Damien Vignaux proves one more time how much he excels at the photomontage technique, no matter what is the subject. Mixing skillfully the vintage and the contemporain.

Emmanuel Polanco / Institutional Investor magazine / New York

In the last Institutional Investors magazine issue, Emmanuel Polanco found a brilliant way to illustrate the current situation of the Greek banks helping the economy to get back on track. It is all in symbolism that he shares with us his singular vision of this economic situation.

Jérôme Mireault / Le Parisien magazine / Paris

Jérôme Mireault created a series of 7 illustrations for the column Destination, heading for Yorkshire! of The Parisian Magazine summer issue. He had to bring to front the touristic attractions of this unique and beautiful region who inspired, a few years ago, the Harry Potter movies, with its vestiges, the nature, the monuments, the old alleys, the canals and the barges.

Damien Vignaux / Télérama Sortir / Paris

Damien Vignaux created an illustration for the cover of Télérama Sortir Magazine whose subject matter is the Columbian music brought to front at the Île-de-France festival.

Ëlodie / Votre Beauté magazine / Paris

Ëlodie illustrated 2 articles for the September issue of the Your Beauty Magazine. The first one is about the importance of smiling and the second one concerns the dangers of using to much hygiene products.

Pablo Pasadas / Reflex magazine / GDF Suez / Paris

For the Reflex in-house magazine, on the health and safety of the GDF SUEZ group co-workers topic, Pablo Pasadas conceptualized the professional deafness for a column "Share the health experiences". The text deals with, from a prevention point of view, the risks connected to the noise in a working environment.

Silke Werzinger / Loulou Magazine - Shopping's mega makeover / Montreal

Silke Werzinger gave her “BIC” ballpoint pen drawing touch to LOULOU magazine for its October issue. She was chosen to illustrate, in her style, an article about how the shopping landscape evolves in Canada these last ten years.

 

Katrinn Pelletier / Pure Magazine / Montreal

Katrinn Pelletier drew with elegance and femininity an article about some cases of breast cancer affecting young women (20-30 years old), for the September issue of the french version of English Canada Glow magazine.

Jérôme Mireault / Ricardo Magazine / Montreal

Here are exotic and colorful illustrations created by Jérôme Mireault for an article on Brazilian food in Rio de Janeiro. The article was published in Ricardo magazine, June issue.

Emmanuel Polanco / Le Journal du CNRS / Paris

Emmanuel Polanco illustrated the opening of En personne - Grand Format - En action - En idées column for the August 2014 issue of CNRS review.

Aaron McConomy / The Positive Side Magazine (CATIE organization) / Toronto

Aaron McConomy surprised us with a graphic approach for this estival collaboration with the Positive Side Magazine published by the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange which mission is to provide with up-to-date and unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. This illustration was created for a feature on the current state of a search for an HIV cure. However, Aaron stays true to himself with his color palette combining sobriety and brightness.

Damien Vignaux / « Projet Courtage » internal corporate magazine's cover / Allianz group / Paris

Damien Vignaux created this collage image for the cover of « Projet courtage », an internal corporate magazine created by the world's second largest group in the Insurance sector, The Allianz group, for its collaborators.

Benoit Tardif / Aéroports de Paris Magazine / Paris

Benoit Tardif continues his annual collaboration with the Aéroports de Paris magazine. For the summer issue he illustrated "A parisian summer sans parisians" and for the September issue "Back to work". All tinged with his unique humorous touch.

Emmanuel Polanco / Institutional Investor magazine / USA

Once again, Emmanuel Polanco created a strong and significant visual for the Institutional Investor magazine. Many cultural symbols have been used to illustrate the article Global Market Thought Leaders, a text about the influences of politics in world markets.

Kimi Kimoki / Angels on Earth magazine / USA

Earlier this summer, Angels on Earth magazine asked Kimi to add her sensitive and detailed touch to a short story of their own. Beautifully illustrated with key images, the story describes a relationship based on respect between a young child, a thirty-year-old and an old man.

Damien Vignaux / USAA Magazine / USA

In the Summer 2014 issue of the USAA magazine, a collage style illustration by Damien Vignaux accompanied a subject familiar to American military men (and women) for the article "Preparing for the Drawdown".

Kimi Kimoki / Marie-Claire China magazine / Beijing

As for the previous issues, Colagene continues its collaboration with Marie-Claire China. This time it's for the August issue of the magazine and its illustrator Kimi Kimoki who was challenged to create a thematic scene around cosmetics. The theme is about an amusement park and includes sport-related products. Once more, the result is a real pleasure for the eyes!

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Personnal life column - Coup de Pouce magazine / Montreal

Marie-Eve Tremblay maintained her collaboration with Coup de Pouce magazine this summer by illustrating its Personal Life column. Colleagues who are taking long breaks at the office, a friend of yours richer than you are and unpleasant neighbors: enjoy Marie-Eve's illustrations that were created with a lot of humor, for these last 3 articles.

Benoit Tardif / Aéroports de Paris Magazine / Paris

Benoit has just signed for an annual collaboration with the Airports of Paris Magazine. He will be invited to illustrate the "opinion column". Here is his first appearance, which had for theme  "Made in France".

Véronique Joffre / CPA Magazine / Toronto

Véronique Joffre was mendated to create a paper collage for the Expert Digest page of CPA magazine. The main point of the article being rather complex, which is about the impact of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Véronique decided to bring a symbolic point of view : the investor in search of investment.

Sonia Roy / Global Brief Magazine / Ontario

Here is an editorial illustration signed by Sonia Roy for the article La puissance du dilemme "hard vs soft power", à la puissance moderne for the Winter 2014 issue of the Global Brief Magazine. The illustration accompanies skilfully this column about the New Power in the 20th century.

Katrinn Pelletier / Marie-Claire China magazine / Pékin

In China, the young women discover this month a pastel colored scene, created by Katrinn Pelletier, inspired by the famous and delicious macaroons for a display set of a series of beauty products 

Kelly Schykulski / L'Express weekly Magazine / Paris

In the publication of this week of the French weekly magazine L'Express, Kelly Schykulski illustrates the article Permanent revolution of the high-tech column.

Damien Vignaux / Télérama / France

Damien just created several illustrations for a section concerning britannic TV series entitled "The British, serial world champions" for the Télérama Magazine.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Personnal life column / Coup de Pouce magazine / Montreal

Let’s put the emphasis on couple relationships with the last project for Coup de Pouce magazine’s Personal Live column illustrated by Marie-Eve Tremblay. The first illustration deals, with humor, with the head-in-the-sand policy during a domestic hassle. The second image illustrates a darker article on domestic violence.

Sonia Roy / Toronto Life Magazine / Ontario

 For their annual Real Estate Special 2014 issue, Toronto Life Magazine asked Sonia Roy to illustrates 4 of the latest trends in condo-living.

Jérôme Mireault / Mc Kinley's catalog - Sports Experts company / Montreal

Character illustrations signed by Jérôme Mireault for The guide to the great outdoors, a printed product catalog promoting outdoor items for Mckinley, a Sports Experts company’s brand.

Edward McGowan / New work / Edward McGowan / London

Throughout the next months, we will present you the new work of Edward McGowan; a new palette of colours, lighter lines. This year, Edward wanted to refresh his style in his portfolio. He hopes to reach different kinds of clients and also satisfy the clients that are already collaborating with him. Here is a preview of his work he made for Men's Health, Let's Go mag, Out Magazine, etc. We hope you will enjoy!

Benoit Tardif / INTER Magazine of Université du Québec à Montréal / Montreal

Benoit Tardif illustrated an article published in Université du Québec à Montréal's magazine : Inter magazine which is dealing with issues and environmental matter that government are facing with road traffic congestions in larger urban areas of the Province of Quebec.

Jérôme Mireault / Avenue Calgary Magazine / Calgary

Jérôme Mireault illustrated, for Avenue Calgary Magazine, a current situation about smartphone users ignoring each other and their surroundings when they go out to the bar.

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.

Sonia Roy / Le Journal du CNRS / Paris

For 2014, the Journal of the CNRS has changed formula. For their first issue of the year, they have trusted Sonia Roy to make the 4 openings: In person, Large Format, In action, In ideas.

Emmanuel Polanco / Philosophy Magazine Germany : German philosopher Martin Heidegger / Berlin

Here is an audacious portrait and 2 symbolic illustrations about the German philosopher Martin Heidegger. They were created for the magazine Philosophie (Germany) by Emmanuel Polanco, one of the collage artists at the clinic. To discover more portraits and conceptual illustrations by Emmanuel, take a look at his latest collaborations.

Nazario Graziano / Bulletin Magazine cover / London

Here is the last cover illustrated by Nazario Graziano for Bulletin, a London magazine. It shows the very important role of speech and language in the therapy of dementia.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Lufthansa Woman's World Magazine / Istanbul

Mydeadpony’s illustrations literally took off in the latest issue of Woman’s World Istanbul Magazine, a magazine of Lufthanssa Airline. This magazine is dedicated to the businesswomen who frequently fly. The request was to portray Nurgül Yesilcay, a Turkish actress, and two typical Turkish motifs.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

Here is Aaron McConomy's new illustration for April-May issue of Quebec Science magazine. This time the article is putting the emphasis on how important and necessary social science researchers’ works are to citizens and politicians.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Coup de Pouce Magazine / Montreal

New article for Vie Perso (Personal life) column illustrated monthly by Marie-Eve Tremblay and published in Coup de Pouce magazine. This time they are given 5 tips to be efficient when working from home.

Kimi Kimoki / Marie Claire China / Beijing

Kimi Kimoki showcased featured beauty products for readers in China in a mural inspired by the fairy tale Thumbelina, with an enchanting and romantic garden and its modern princesses.

Véronique Joffre / Working Mother Magazine / USA

Véronique Joffre created cut paper style illustrations for the article: "The four workplace traps for working women -- and how to avoid them" for Working Mother Magazine. She represented these 4 profiles: Tightrope, Prove It Again, Maternal Wall and Tug of War.

Emmanuel Polanco / Institutional Investor Magazine / USA

Emmanuel Polanco had to come up with a concept for an illustration published in the Institutional Investor magazine. It has to represent the article: "Global Market Thought Leaders", a story about why investors should reconsider investing in emerging markets stocks despite any skittishness over volatility in those markets, especially in high-risk stocks, which are trading at historically low prices while offering high potential returns.

Adam James / Health topic of Votre Beauté magazine / Paris

Adam was chosen to illustrate the 2014 Health topic for the magazine Votre Beauté. The first issue shown here is "Tomorrow, all supercentenarians?" Discover every month Adam's illustrations in the magazine Votre Beauté.

Aaron McConomy / OPC Register magazine / Ontario

Aaron McConomy collaborates again on a conceptual illustration project for the cover of the Ontario Principals' Council Register magazine. The article was about electronic communications in a school setting.

Benoit Tardif / Apec Rh magazine / Paris

Colagene illustrates every month the magazine covers of the Apec RH, a French placement and recruitment agency. This month, Benoît Tardif illustrates the theme: "The transfer of skills, performance issue for the company." It was important to demonstrate the concept of passing the torch, communications and information flow between employees.

Emmanuel Polanco / Les Inrocks / Paris

Emmanuel Polanco continues to work with the weekly French magazine Les Inrocks. Here is a selection of the latest topics that have been given to him. Emmanuel explains: "This series is for the "ideas" section for the triple issue of the end of the year. I illustrated two keywords to describe the ideas of the year: the first is about burnout and the second on discretion."

Sonia Roy / InBusiness magazine / Toronto

For a package in February’s issue of inBusiness magazine, distributed by The Globe and Mail, Sonia Roy created different collages on the topic of small businesses that are moving to a global stage and factors influencing their approach and decision.

 

Kelly Schykulski / Euler Hermes internal magazine

Kelly Schykulski created ​​these illustrations for articles of internal magazine of Euler Hermes, the world leader in credit insurance, about e-recruiting and e-learning.

Ëlodie / Click Magazine / USA

Ëlodie had to create an illustration in a watercolor style for the contest section Self Portrait of Click Magazine.

Nazario Graziano / Philosophie Magazine Germany: Epicurus / Berlin

First collaboration for the clinic and Nazario Graziano with Philosophie Germany. The topic to illustrate: the Greek philosopher Epicurus through diverse themes: Epicure and the garden, Epicure and death...

Benoit Tardif / Air Le Mag / McDonald's / France

Benoît Tardif, a Quebec artist, created this series of illustrations for the Pages actives section of the Air le Mag magazine available at McDonald's. The titles of the 2 articles were: Les secteurs qui vont recruter (The sectors that will recruit) and Qui pour où? (Which for where?) to read with a burger and some fries.

Sonia Roy / Foodservice Consultant magazine / London

Illustration of Sonia Roy for the article The future of restaurants for Foodservice Consultant magazine.

Anne Cresci / Marie Claire China magazine / Beijing

In Beijing, China, the young women discover in this month's Marie Claire China magazine, a mysterious silhouette surrounded with a splendid vegetal scene by Anne Cresci created for the scene decor of a series of products on the "Botanical" theme.

Jérôme Mireault / Apple Magazine, Alberta Health Services / Alberta

For a special insert about senior’ health for Apple Magazine, Jérôme Mireault illustrated a senior couple holding hands and walking in a mountains and prairies landscape, representative of Alberta.

Kelly Schykulski / Famille & Education magazine: Special Guidance / Paris

Kelly Schykulski illustrated a package for the Famille & Education Special guidance: How to support our child well? This package is about educational guidance in terms of the role that parents can play.

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.

Anne Cresci / 2014 Astrology in watercolor for Biba Magazine / Paris

Black spots and spontaneous colors to keep a direct and very modern graphic look; this was Anne Cresci’s mandate. The final look of the series is unique, with a palette of exotic and inspiring colors to project you into the future of 2014. To discover all the zodiac signs, see Anne Cresci’s portfolio!

Nicole Jarecz / Marie Claire China / Beijing

Nicole created a splendid floral and enchanting interior design, by integrating 7 featured products, for the floral package of Marie Claire China Magazine.

Benoit Tardif / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

In the context of the upcoming 2014 Olympic Winter Games, humorous ideas of alternative Olympic winter sports are suggested in an article of latest issue of Reader's Digest Magazine. Benoit Tardif illustrated 3 examples among those listed in the article. We let you guess which ones.

Silke Werzinger / 2014 Astrology of Marie Claire Magazine / Paris

The new beginning, is the title of the great 2014 astrology of Marie Claire Magazine that has just been published. Silke had the opportunity to use her new style. To see the series visit Silke's portfolio.

Andi Meier / Glamour Germany / Berlin

Romantic relationships and love illustrated in clay with a touch of humor and lightness by Andi Meier.

Katrinn Pelletier / Coup de Pouce Magazine / Montreal

Katrinn Pelletier illustrated the Health package in the very last issue of Coup de Pouce Magazine. On the menu: hunger management and the correlation between stressed parents and obese children.

 

Emmanuel Polanco / Les Inrocks / Paris

Emmanuel Polanco continues his collaboration with the French weekly magazine Inrocks. This is the latest topic that was given to him, he explains: The title of the article is "All spies, high-tech file"; how new technologies enable citizens to have the resources to spy on each other (Facebook stalking, etc.) and how certain military technologies become accessible to the general public (drone), and also how states (including the USA) monitor its citizens (snowden, etc.).

Sonia Roy / The Walrus / Toronto

Sonia Roy illustrated a collage for a memoir about a Canadian writer's experiences growing up in Africa. The focus was about how different the customs are in Africa versus the West, specifically the attitude towards giving gifts and money.

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.

Anne Cresci / Marie-Claire China Magazine / Beijing

In China, the holidays season is also approaching. Anne Cresci illustrated a selection of limited edition products gifts with a red theme festive setting.

Katrinn Pelletier / Personal research / Quebec

Katrinn introduces her very nice  winter-themed illustrations which, hopefully, will inspire you for your christmas related articles or campaigns.

Benoit Tardif / Avenue Magazine / Calgary

Benoit Tardif was commissioned by Avenue Calgary Magazine to illustrate the article Cold Comforts, about hibernation and activities in the comfort of home during the winter season.

Adam James / Law Careers - Jobboom Magazine / Montreal

2.0 Justine? Computerizing the Justice Administration is at the hot topic of the article illustrated by Adam James Turnbull for a magazine specialized in Law careers, published by Jobboom inc.

Aaron McConomy / Premium Magazine / Montreal

In this month's issue of Premium Magazine, Aaron McConomy illustrated the portrait of LinkedIn CEO Jeffrey Weiner for an interview sourced from The New York Times.

Katrinn Pelletier / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Discover this charming Christmas story illustrated by Katrinn Pelletier for the December issue of Reader's Digest Magazine.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Nylon and Company magazines

Two new illustrations by Mydeadpony. The first one for a collaboration between NARS and Pierre Hardy. NARS released a new nail polish and blushes collection with shades based on the Pierre Hardy's spring / summer collection. And the second one for the article Mes parents sont sur Facebook (My parents are on Facebook) for Company Magazine. 

Nicole Jarecz / Clin d'Œil Magazine / Montreal

Discover, with this illustration by Nicole Jarecz, a few ideas for your Christmas gifts. Clin d'Œil Magazine is introducing, in their December issue, 6 fragrances to try out.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Contact Magazine / Montreal

Marie-Eve Tremblay illustrated an article explaning all about patents for the fall issue of Contact Magazine published by Laval University.

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.

Kelly Schykulski / TNTmag / Paris

For the December issue, Kelly Schykulski created a cover illustration and an opening for a story about inspiration in the TNT magazine distributed to the clients of the TNT Express France transporter.

Silke Werzinger / Fashion editorials for a German magazine

Silke shares with us her latest collaboration, made with crayons, for a German magazine. It's the cover and a spread on Green Fashion. She particularly likes this style and hopes she can work more and more with this technique more versatile than the ballpoint pen which she usually uses.

Edward McGowan / Quebec Science magazine / Montreal

Edward McGowan was chosen by Quebec Science magazine to illustrate an article that reminds us to be vigilant about published results of scientific researches.

Emmanuel Polanco / Weekly Magazine: Les Inrocks / Paris

New collaboration for Emmanuel Polanco with the French weekly magazine Les Inrocks. Two first topics were given to him this month: 

Co-author with Toni Negri of major political and philosophical reflections of the 2000s – Empire, Multitude –, Michael Hardt thinks the spirit of resistance and revolt that blows around the world.

And the article: We do not necessarily have to pay our debts
Anthropologist, historian, university professor, David Graeber is also an activist who wrote books on the anarchism and participated in the creation of the movement Occupy Wall street.

 

Benoit Tardif / Review Magazine / Montreal

Here's an illustration created by Benoit Tardif for an article-interview dealing with the best ways to take advantage of your TSFA (Tax-Free Savings Account/ Canada). The article is published in the Fall-Winter issue of Review Magazine.

Tonwen Jones / Geico Now Magazine / United States

Tonwen Jones had to create an illustration for a story published in the Geico Now Magazine on Collaborative Consumption, which is about neighbors sharing items around their home to save money.

Aaron McConomy / Ontario Principals’ Council Register Magazine / Ontario

Aaron had to illustrate, in a conceptual way, an article about Ontario Leadership Framework (OLF) and the Leading Student Achievement Project (LSA), two resources that help leaders refocus their thinking and practice to support student learning.

Jérôme Mireault / Review Magazine / Montreal

The collaboration with Review magazine for the Fall-Winter issue goes on with an illustration made by Jérôme Mireault for another article-interview about a way to finance the education of a family member.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

The attention-deficit among children is illustrated by Aaron McConomy for an article dealing with this topic in a context where the Internet and new technologies are an increasing stimulation for them. The article is published in Quebec Science magazine.

Jérôme Mireault / Marie Claire Magazine / China

Jérôme Mireault recreated the latest hair trends from Fall fahsion runways, in a film noir style for the magazine Marie Claire China.

Véronique Joffre / Les Cahiers de l’Anah / Paris

Véronique Joffre had to illustrate several themes for Les Cahiers de l’Anah, such as home support - a priority for today and tomorrow, thermal renovations and the adaption of housing aids.

Ëlodie / Lufthansa Woman's World / Paris

Ëlodie portrays Vienna-based fashion designer Lena Hoschek for the German magazine Lufthansa Woman's World.

Damien Vignaux / Philosophie Magazine / Paris

Portrait of the philosopher Diderot and concept of biomimicry created by Damien Vignaux for Philosophy magazine.

Anne Cresci / Votre Beauté Magazine / Paris

Anne Cresci illustrated, for a special issue of Votre beauté magazine, the following perfume: Si, by Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford's Fleur de Chine, Serge Lutens' la vierge de fer, Tonka by Reminiscence Paris, YSL's Manifesto, and Blue Cedrat by Comme des Garçons.

Aaron McConomy / Le Maag / Paris

Aaron McConomy created a series of small illustrations representing exercices to practice at work for the "tips and tricks" section of the quarterly internal magazine of the Maaf "le Maag".

Kelly Schykulski / Research World Magazine / London

Kelly Schykulski produces one illustration for the article: Invasion of the Niche-Seekers for the September 2013 issue of the Research World Magazine, about how the establishment of US branches by small European companies says much about the power of the American dream.

Sonia Roy / En Route magazine / Montreal

Sonia Roy has started a new collaboration with En Route magazine for the column interview "One on One". Sonia has been requested to make the portrait and a few elements referring to the personality interviewed in each issue. This September issue introduces the actress Jennifer Lawrence.

Adam James / The Grid / Toronto

Adam created an illustration for an article about the independent and DIY music scene, incorporating diverse elements and business articles tipically related to this industry.

Katrinn Pelletier / Pure Magazine / Montreal

Katrinn Pelletier keeps on illustrating for Pure Magazine. This time, the article is about the story of a woman from Quebec who had experimented two unsucessful attempts from In vitro fertilization.

Anne Cresci / Votre Beauté Magazine / Paris

Anne Cresci illustrates the Silhouettes files for the special issue of Votre Beauté magazine. She had to represent the vibes of several key styles as made-up by the editors.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / RTE Magazine / Paris

Marie-Eve Tremblay illustrated a story on the mobility of personnel for the Ressources section of the internal magazine RTE (transportation and electricity network).

Benoit Tardif / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Benoit Tardif added his graphic style to the article Is Google making us sick? published in Reader's Digest September issue. The illustator was requested to draw from medical theme,  the letters of Google logo and also a little series of illustrated capital letters to be used in the article.

Nazario Graziano / Philosophie magazine / Paris

Nazario Graziano created a series of illustrations for the Test: Everyone search for his hapiness of the feature about hapiness in the summer issue of Philosophie Magazine.

Sonia Roy / Télérama Sortir / Paris

Sonia Roy illustrated a series of illustrations for the supplement A Summer in Seine-Saint-Denis of Télérama magazine and TV program. She was in charge of illustrating the cover and article inside about 8 Reasons to go to the 9-3, showing some good things in the Paris suburbs, often misperceived.

Jérôme Mireault / Magazine de l'Université Trinity / Toronto

For an article in the Trinity College Magazine about environmentally responsible approach, Jérôme Mireault had to illustrate many facets of the greening of Trinity, using only two colors to give a particular look to the image.

Sonia Roy / Philosophie magazine / Paris

Sonia Roy has designed 2 collages for about Schopenhauer and love of Philosophy magazine.

Tonwen Jones / Personal research: tourist maps / London

Tonwen Jones loves to illustrate tourist maps! She had fun to illustrate maps of India and Iceland, countries that she had the chance to visit.

Tonwen Jones / Bulletin Magazine / London

Tonwen Jones illustrated the cover of the Bulletin magazine, for a feature on dementia impacts on communication aspects. Tonwen says : "I was asked to illustrate an elderly person as the main focus with the top of their head open revealing thoughts, memories and patterns."

 

Véronique Joffre / Lost in translation for the magazine Com'Ent / Paris

Véronique Joffre illustrated in paper cut the cover and articles of the last issue about Lost in translation, vers la fin des interfaces? in Com'Ent Magazine of the Communication and Business association in France. This magazine aims to increase the thinking on evolution and current communication trends. To learn more consult the magazine.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Virgin Worlwide's "The Roger Collective" Magazine / London

Mydeadpony produced 3 portraits for the article How you get your mojo going for the August issue of The Roger Collective, staff magazine for Virgin's worldwide employees.

Katrinn Pelletier / Immense Magazine - YQB Media / Quebec

Let's go to Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean in the Province of Quebec with Immense magazine published by YQB Media. Katrinn Pelletier drew a series of colorful illustrations including maps of the area suggesting different routes and activities to enjoy our summer holiday.

Katrinn Pelletier / Best Health Magazine / Toronto

Katrinn Pelletier had the challenge to create illustrations of summer scenes incorporating real products pictures for the column on beachwear published in the Best Health Magazine.

Aaron McConomy / The New Yorker Magazine / Siemens Advertising / New York

Aaron McConomy created 5 illustrations representing stories of innovation in four U.S. cities and the Intellistructure, multiple elements and touchpoints – technology, transportation, energy efficiency, etc – working together to create today’s smartest cityscapes. The illustrations were used for a centre-spread ad in the New Yorker Magazine and Siemens' social channels.

Silke Werzinger / Votre Beauté Magazine / Paris

Silke Werzinger illustrates, for Votre Beauté Magazine, the monthly section Sur le Divan (on the sofa), with her signature ballpoint pen and markers style and neon colors.

Nicole Jarecz / Fémina Magazine / Paris

Nicole Jarecz produced 3 illustrations of sunscreens' packaging for the article : subject Solar Beauty for the May 2013 issue of Fémina Magazine.

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.

Ëlodie / Shape magazine / Sweden

Ëlodie illustrated about the Community Relations, a trend where companies work for a better society, for the article: Good Neighbor Inc. of the Swedish magazine Shape.

Nazario Graziano / Le Monde / TV Special Issue / Paris

Nazario Graziano conceived 3 fun collages for the TV Special Issue for Le Monde. Each illustration puts forward the most renowned characters of the TV programs as mentioned in the article.

Anne Cresci / I comme Info / Crédit Lyonnais / Paris

Anne Cresci created, in her more corporate style, 4 illustrations for the article: What to do in case of termination!  for the I as Info magazine of the subscibers of the Crédit Lyonnais.

Pablo Pasadas / Philosophie Magazine / Paris

Pablo Pasadas illustrates, for Philosophie Magazine, a subject named Montaigne and the friendship, as well as a text about post-democracy.

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. 

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Style.com Print / New York

For the Style Notes section, Mydeadpony had to create illustrations of sort of collages based on imagery from the Fashion weeks highlights recently happening in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

Silke Werzinger / Made in Germany news! / Berlin

You will find here few last creations of Silke Werzinger in Germany. The first and the last one are part of a series of horoscope illustrations for the German magazine Maxi. She has worked on the horoscope section every month for one year.

Illustration 2 and 3 have been created for the German magazine Musikexpress, which is a music magazine, on the theme: Pop Poll 2012. The magazine asked its readers about their favorite artists/persons/movies/events in 2012.

Illustration 4 has been created for the Berlin based PR agency Zucker on the themes Sport/Fashion/Lifestyle.

Jérôme Mireault / Colby Magazine / Waterville, ME

For an article about a woman who is taking a mathematical approach to her fight against cancer, Jérôme Mireault had to illustrate a hand-drawn diagram with a chalkboard style of the different parts of the woman's life and her support systems: family, friends, doctors, fellow Colby alumni.

Kelly Schykulski / Hypercity for the magazine Com'Ent / Paris

Kelly Schykulski illustrated the cover and articles of the last issue about hypercity in Com'Ent Magazine of the Communication and Business association in France. This magazine aims to increase the thinking on evolution and current communication trends. To learn more consult the magazine.

Katrinn Pelletier / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

After the map of Florida, it is now the turn of the North of Quebec's map that Katrinn Pelletier illustrated for the very last issue of the Quebec Science Magazine. This publication is especially about this huge area where are living mostly native people and which is also coveted for its natural resources.

Sonia Roy / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Sonia Roy did two vintage collage illustrations for the article: Sight Unseen published in the April issue of the Rearder's Digest Magazine. One of the collage illustrations shows a portrait of Helen Keller, a famous American writer who lived deaf-mute and blind. The article is an extract of one of her publication and put the emphasis on the capacity to enjoy the beauty of the world through one of the 5 senses: the sight. The author also wrote what she would do if she was given the ability to see during three days.

Damien Vignaux / Ever Magazine / Toronto

For a special section on luxury watches, Damien Vignaux created 3 thematic spread pages for EVER magazine. In addition of highlighting the luxury of these watches, he had to represent the following themes: animal, indulgence and open dial.

Silke Werzinger / Marie Claire Magazine France / Paris

Silke Werzinger continues her collaboration with Marie Claire Magazine. For the last months, she illustrated the Me, Reader testimonies, in order from top to bottom : a reader that found love at her dentist’s office as well as a mother that saw her child and new husband fall in love together.

Nazario Graziano / Philosophie Magazine France / Paris

Nazario Graziano illustrates with talent the Sex Issue of Philosophie Magazine. He had to represent in a conceptual manner different elements from the main theories on sexuality, from Freud to his disciples, from Vienna to California.

Sonia Roy / The Walrus and Today's Parent Magazines / Toronto

The Walrus magazine asked Sonia Roy to create an illustration for a story about the newly renovated Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. Sonia's collage had to represent the history of how mental health was treated in the past, and how it's changed now. 
Today’s Parent Magazine also mandated Sonia for their March issue for the creation of a more modern collage including a young boy in a zen mood in the classroom for the Active and Real Life section about education.

Aaron McConomy / National Parks Magazine / USA

National Parks Magazine mandated once again Aaron McConomy for the creation of an illustration to accompany an essay on pronghorns.

Damien Vignaux / Company Magazine UK / London

Damien Vignaux collaborates with Company Magazine on the article “we wish he was our boyfriend”. He created the dynamic portraits of 3 guys with out-of-the ordinary jobs.

Sonia Roy / Avenue Magazine / Calgary, Alberta

Sonia Roy represented the portrait of Rosemary Bacovsky, food writer from Calgary, travelling around the world searching for gastronomic experiences.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Coup de Pouce and Laval University Contact Magazine / Montreal

Here is a new illustration by Marie-Eve Tremblay for Laval University Contact Magazine. She illustrated, again with a lot of humor, an article about people who are happy to serve the Scientific Research by offering their services as human guinea-pigs.

Below, is following another illustration of a female tightrope walker holding a friend of hers in her hand. This one was creating, still by Marie-EVe, for a new Coup de Pouce Magazine Personal Life column, in which some advices to help your friends without getting personally affected are given.

Jérôme Mireault / Working Mother Magazine / USA

Jérome Mireault had to illustrate a female executive throwing a big, Frankenstein's-lab-style knife switch on a giant money-making machine, and a huge torrent of money cascading out, to represent successful executives who are in charge of making profits for respective their companies, and how it is being in positions of such important responsibility that they can lead directly to CEO jobs.

Anne Cresci / Le Mag de France Boissons / Paris

Anne Cresci has realized the cover page of corporate clients-oriented France Boissons' magazine. She worked with a frank and precise trait that comes out with the bright and lively colours she used.

Sonia Roy / DBusiness Magazine / Metro Detroit, USA

Sonia Roy created a metaphorical illustration representing colleges that grow depending on how much state fonds you provide them.

Marie-Eve Tremblay / Vie Perso / Coup de Pouce Magazine / Montreal

Here are two new illustrations by Marie-Eve Tremblay for the very short stories of  Vie perso (Personal life) column in Coup de Pouce magazine. In the January issue, we can enjoy Marie-Eve's drawing for a few advices on how to look for another job without getting caught by one's current boss. In this month issue, as Valentine's Day is under the spot, Marie-Eve had to illustrate how new communication devices, Internet or social media may be the new places for infidelity.

Damien Vignaux / D'Amour Magazine / London

Damien Vignaux conceived 3 illustrations for D’Amour Magazine for David M Robinson – a chain of luxury jewelry stores in the UK, published by FMS Publishing. He had to represent the watch in 3 different thematic such as:  "Air / Vintage Aviation", "Land / Driving and sport watches" and "Home / Formal dress watches".

Nazario Graziano / Recent projects / Ancona, Italy

Nazario Graziano wants to share some of his projects he worked on in Italy. He hopes it will inspire you for projects in various fields as music, advertising and even fashion. To see more, take a look at his portfolio.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Company magazine / London

Mydeadpony illustrates the article Lipstick Lab for Company Magazine about students making chemistry cool in cosmetics school!

 

Katrinn Pelletier / Uni-éditions / Paris

Katrinn Pelletier created 4 illustrations for the article : “Hospital: How it works” of "I like Info" Magazine for the subscribers to Crédit Lyonnais (French bank). Katrinn’s series illustrates very well how, after being under the care of the surgeons and anesthetists, you will be greeted as a user and your time in the hospital will be facilitated.

Óscar Llorens / Pharmacy Practice Magazine / Canada

True to himself, Oscar Llorens greatly combined his childlike world to the serious topic of Pharmacogenomics, customized pharmacologic care based on an individual’s genetic makeup, for the cover of the Pharmacy Practice magazine.

Sonia Roy / Culte(s) Lifestyle Magazine / Paris

Sonia Roy conceives an olfactory map in her vintage collage style for an article about perfume concept stores featured in French Culte(s) Lifestyle Magazine. Those new boutiques are an interesting alternative to the impersonal perfumeries' alleys or to pick up a perfume in a designer shop, which sometimes can be intimidating. The article points out many addresses in Paris, namely the Jovoy, the Labo, Nose and Sens Unique, Ombres Portées (in Lille) and Les senteurs (London).

Adam James / Com' Ent Magazine / Paris

Adam James Turnbull had the chance to illustrate the cover and inside story package on the social networks for the magazine Com'Ent of the Communication and Business Association. This issue marked the launch of the completely new design formula to invite reflection on the evolution and current trends of the communication. To learn more, consult the magazine.

Kelly Schykulski / Jobboom Magazine / Montreal

What happens to our virtual goods after we die? This is a topical subject in Western societies and also discussed in the article illustrated by Kelly Schykulski for Jobboom's annual issue about law careers.

Óscar Llorens / Le Mois / Saint-Gobain / Paris

Oscar Llorens illustrates urban environments with his playful style on the cover of the Saint-Gobain Group magazine.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Biba Magazine / Paris

Mydeadpony illustrates the 12 zodiac signs for Biba magazine 2013's horoscope special. Let's hope 2013 will be colorful and bold like his illustrations!

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science magazine / Montreal

The end of the world is the chosen theme for this December issue of Québec Science magazine. This month, Mr. Lorenzo DiTommaso, Associate Professor and Chair of Concordia University's Department of Religion, is interviewed by the magazine. For this occasion, illustrator Aaron McConomy created a very dramatic illustration to accompany the article.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Elle Quebec Magazine / Montreal

Portrait of a man disturbed by his sadness and his demons created by Mydeadpony to accompany an article about the experience of a father who had to deal with his son's sickness, but also his own torments, for Elle Quebec Magazine.

Adam James / Cottage Life / Toronto

Adam James Turnbull illustrates a themed essay for the Cottage Life Magazine. The theme was The Lake and it was open to Adam's interpretation of the text.

Silke Werzinger / Marie Claire Magazine / Paris

Silke Werzinger continues her collaboration with the Marie Claire magazine on the Moi Lectrice (Me, Reader) section, with her own signature, the ballpoint pen style.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science magazine / Montreal

Aaron McConomy's collaboration with Quebec Science magazine still goes on with this time a drawing illustration for an article-interview with Gaetan Lafrance, professor at the National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS). The article is dealing with a comparison between the Quebec province and Canada regarding the future of scientific research.

Tonwen Jones / Open Minds / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Tonwen Jones did a nice series of collage illustrations for an article named Open Minds published in Reader's Digest magazine about 3 true stories of  people that were diagnosed with mental illnesses.

Anne Cresci / Capital Magazine / Paris

Anne Cresci illustrates a series of portraits of the different french households, in Capital Magazine, for an article about the impacts of the changes on income tax with the new government. She explores a more corporate style and minimalistic colors, which gives a new dynamic result.

Silke Werzinger / Le Parisien Magazine / Paris

Silke Werzinger illustrates the weekly Shopping section of Le Parisien's magazine from the newspaper of the same name. Every week, she must take inspiration from the themes chosen by the editors to represent the spirit of the products, which she succeeds doing everytime.

Jérôme Mireault / Spafax / Review Magazine / Home Gym / Montreal

Bring the gym to you if  you can't go to it : this is what one of last Review Magazine's article is about and for which Jérôme Mireault drew a nice urban home gym space. The article is suggesting different advices to set up a perfect gym area at home to the great delight of people who are too busy in their daily routine to go to a gym club to work out.

Aaron McConomy / At Home with Century21 Magazine / USA

Aaron McConomy illustrated for an article about the benefit of neighbor watch with an illustration representing the ways of getting to know our neighbors.

Ëlodie / Pharmacy Practice Magazine / Toronto

Ëlodie were asked to create with her drawing style a head with beautiful hair as well as the headline Head Lice and the subtitle for the cover of the magazine distributed to Canadian pharmacists.

Sonia Roy / Culte(s) Lifestyle Magazine / Paris

Sonia Roy creates a series of  vintage collage illustrations for the article : Let's eat with Putin and Medvedev for Culte(s) Lifestyle Magazine.

Nicole Jarecz / Midwives Magazine / London

Nicole Jarecz made the portraits of Midwives Magazine's contributors, with a young and fresh style and variations in textures. This series includes portraits of 3 female collaborators, involved in the midwives community, giving their opinion in different matters.

Tonwen Jones / Le Parisien Magazine / Paris

Tonwen Jones collaborates to the very first issue of Le Parisien weekly magazine. She illustrates the city of Rome and its historic monuments for the Weekend chronicle.

Ëlodie / Glamour Spain / Paris

Ëlodie illustrates Gwen Stefani, singer, designer and fashion lover, for Glamour Spain Magazine's October Issue star astrology section.

Katrinn Pelletier / Yoopa magazine / Family coaching / Montreal

Katrinn Pelletier put a spotlight on a super nanny  in her last series of illustrations for Yoopa Magazine. The related article introduces family coaching as a potential resort to help parents who are facing difficulties and sometimes crisis with their children in their everyday life.

Nicole Jarecz / Commons&Sense magazine / Tokyo

Nicole Jarecz has created this amazing project of fashion illustrations based on the Celine runway show for Tokyo-based magazine, Commons&Sense.

Tonwen Jones / Gastronomica Magazine / Massachusetts

Tonwen Jones created a fun collage for the article Eating by Numbers, about the internet correlation of certain foods with names of prominent people, specifically about American political figures and the types of foods their names conjure on the internet.

Sonia Roy / Canadian Living Magazine / Toronto

Sonia Roy represented with a collage the concept of transforming a bad mood to a good mood for the article Bad Mood Busters.

Ëlodie / Glamour Spain / Madrid

Ëlodie captivates us once again with this splendid portrait for the special issue about sex of Glamour Spain magazine. The request was to create the portrait of a very sensual woman, wearing a black and luxurious mask, Venitian style, with attractive eyes with long lashes.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Petra magazine / Hamburg, Germany

Mydeadpony has created two energic illustrations for the article I’d like to be so different, but I never get a chance for the psycho section of the magazine Petra.

Sonia Roy / Milk Magazine / Paris

Sonia Roy produced a vintage collage style illustration for the article: Normal, normalien, normalite, évitons la crise ! of the French magazine Milk. The requested repetitive characters were to demonstrate that being identical is being "normal".

Anne Cresci / Reader's Digest Magazine / Montreal

Anne Cresci drew 4 illustrations to bring 4 stories to life. The texts are from a short story collection presented in the article Quick Fix and published in Reader's Digest's August issue.

Jérôme Mireault / Elle Quebec magazine / Montreal

We're talking about dating websites adepts in an article from Elle Québec in July issue titled "Les cyberlibertines". This is accompanied by 2 suggestive illustrations by Jérôme Mireault.

Pablo Pasadas / Contest for a medical print campaign

Pablo Pasadas created this collage and photomontage type illustration for a medical print campaign contest. This mock-up was finally not use but we wanted to share with you his work.

Nazario Graziano / M, Le Magazine du Monde / Paris

Nazario Graziano illustrates for M the magazine of Le Monde's newspaper, a special file about high technologies trends. He plays with pictures of vintage electronics and characters as well as soft curves.

Tonwen Jones / At Home with Century21 magazine / USA

Tonwen Jones creates once again a colourful designer portrait for the Point of View section of the At Home with Century21 magazine. She also contributed to this issue in creating few spots to go with the text of the Homefront section.

Tonwen Jones / Immense Magazine / Quebec City

Here is an idea of holiday destinations in the Province of Quebec for this summer with these beautiful maps illustrated by Tonwen Jones that make us discover in details Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region and the summer activities suggested there. These illustrations were made for Immense Magazine, a touristic publication about the region. Enjoy the visit!

Takeshi / Festimania festival / Le Guide Prestige Montréal / Montreal

Here is a festive and colourful photomontage created by Takeshi for Festi + Pass promotion which is a pass that gives advantages and privileges during 11 festivals organized by Montreal Festimania for the 2012 summer season. Illustrator Takeshi gathered key-elements to depict each discipline of these festivals that are promoted as cool, modern and authentic.

Tonwen Jones / Coup de Pouce Magazine / Montreal

To accompany an article on the stress and its negative effects on the human body, Tonwen Jones enjoyed herself drawing a woman body based on the visual created for an old well-known society game called Operation. Some body parts have been identified to refer to those quoted in the article.

Nazario Graziano / Fortune Magazine / New York

American Olympics athletes are part of a collage created by Nazario Graziano for the Digital Contents page of Fortune magazine.

Ëlodie / Marie France Magazine / Paris

Ëlodie illustrates an Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt text for the special July-August Horoscope issue of Marie France. 

Katrinn Pelletier / La Vie de Château Magazine / Quebec City

The tour continues in the great province now with an illustration created by Katrinn Pelletier for an article about Château Frontenac, emblematic and historic monument in Quebec City, which is also a famous hotel where celebrities from industries such as music are used to stay when they stop by the city.

Nazario Graziano / FM World Magazine / London

Nazario illustrates the article « Global Warning : Is your business ready for a viral Pandemic » , for the magazine FM World (for the British Institute of Facilities Management). The feature is on about how a pandemic will affect the nation's workforce and infrastructure and how to make contingency plans for something like this.

Óscar Llorens / L’Esprit MHD Magazine / Paris

Oscar illustrates the cover of Moët Hennessy Diageo's L’Esprit MHD magazine, for a special issue about alliances between 2 generations in a company, as well as the knowledge transfert between juniors and seniors employees.

Kelly Schykulski / English at work / Joboom Magazine / Montreal

Illustrator Kelly Schykulski was chosen to illustrate Jobboom magazine's cover in relation with an article on young people from Quebec having preferences to choose English language at university or at work because of  the advantages given in the labour world, for May 2012 issue.

Anne Cresci / Company Magazine / London

Anne Cresci illustrates the article « Genie in a bottle », for Company Magazine, about the 3 trendiest feminine and floral summer 2012 fragrances.

Aaron McConomy / Ecological challenges / Montreal

Illustrator Aaron McConomy carries on his collaboration with Quebec Science magazine. The interview-article for this June-July issue is about ecollogical challenges with the 2012 Earth Summit coming on June, 20th in Rio, Brazil. Previous summits assessment, challenges in the actual international context, the discussion has started with Christian Simard, ceo of Nature Quebec.

Jérôme Mireault / At Home with Century21 Magazine / USA

Infographic created by Jérôme Mireault to illustrate the checklist before buying a house.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Votre Beauté / Paris

Mydeadpony continues his monthly collaboration with Votre Beauté magazine. This month, he illustrates the health file with vitamins-filed colors for the article: « Get all you light intake » and creates a mysterious and  sensual universe for the article « the seduction aura ».

Sonia Roy / M, Le Magazine du Monde / Paris

Sonia Roy illustrates The City Break file for M, Le Magazine du Monde. She uses her vintage pictures collage style to translate the various holiday suggestions in images.

Aaron McConomy / Report on Business Magazine / Toronto

For an article about social media, Aaron McConomy illustrates different small graphic illustrations representing the social media tactics of 6 companies featured in the text.

Kimi Kimoki / Canadian Capital Magazine / Toronto

For this article, Kimi Kimoki had to illustrate bespoke suits.

Silke Werzinger / Reader's Digest magazine / Montreal

Silke keeps on drawing well-known people portraits for Reader's Digest magazine. For the April issue, She had to draw Pierre Eliott Trudeau, ex politician from Quebec who also was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada.

Nazario Graziano / TGV Magazine / Paris

Nice series of conceptual illustrations by Nazario Graziano for TGV Magazine. The article : Eco-consumption: 10 success stories, is about social and solidary economy in France.

Ëlodie / Shape Magazine / USA

Ëlodie illustrates the glamorous portraits of four men hairdressers to the stars: Harry Josh, Mark Townsend, Ted Gibson and Andy Lecompte.

Sonia Roy / Washington Post Magazine / cover / Washington

For the cover of the travel issue of the Washington Post Magazine, Sonia Roy had to create a photomontage about the literary landscape of Los Angeles (predominately noir fiction) and retracing the steps/landmarks of famous books.

Kelly Schykulski / La Carac Magazine / Paris

Kelly Schykulski illustrates, for retirees-oriented magazine La Carac, an article about the parallel economy and helping each other out in an economic crisis context.

Damien Vignaux / Ritz Magazine / London

Damien Vignaux illustrates the article: London – A Millionaires playground, for the magazine RITZ.  

Katrinn Pelletier / Quebec Science Magazine / Montreal

After Florida map, it's Bering strait which is draw for Québec Science magazine this time by illustratror Katrinn Pelletier. Katrinn had to represent on this map the journey of the first American human beings to accompny an article on the appearance of first human beings in North America.

Silke Werzinger / Marie Claire Magazine / Paris

Silke continues her monthly collaboration with Marie Claire magazine, for the Moi lectrice (me, reader) section. Unfortunatly, this subject on a factory relocation in China could not be published.

Jérôme Mireault / Tendance Magazine / Spafax / Montreal

We can enjoy Jerome Mireault’s illustration in the March issue of Review Magazine and which represents a very rough sea upon which a safety boat with confident investors inside is resisting to the bad weather. This is what Jerome had in mind to accompany an article about the safety and stability that comes with dividend investments.

Sonia Roy / Alberta Oil Magazine / Alberta

Sonia illustrates the article: Often Imitated, Often Duplicated, about how Oil and Gas companies are outsourcing tech innovations to help them be more efficient when drilling/mining, etc.

Adam James / Asda Magazine / London

Adam illustrates Asda Magazine 2 pages' Health section. The subject of the article is giving up smoking and the benefits from doing this: Adam's fun and naive style timeline shows how fast your body gets better the longer you give up smoking.

Jérôme Mireault / Out Magazine / New York

Based on a story in Symposium section about girls celebrating their bachelorette party in gay bars, Jérôme had to illustrate how annoying that could be, according to the author.

Silke Werzinger / Marie Claire Magazine / Paris

Silke continues her montly collaboration for the Moi Lectrice section for Marie Claire Magazine. She illustrates the article I began to live at 32 year old, a young reader testimony about her busy life story !

Aaron McConomy / Affaire Plus Magazine / Montreal

Aaron McConomy drew a series of obstacle courses that we can experience in our life for an article published on Affaire Plus magazine about how to choose REER depending on the stage in life we are experiencing and that can have an impact on our retirement savings.

Ëlodie / Be Magazine / Paris

Illustrator Ëlodie first collaboration with Be Magazine for the Psychorama section in the Special Fashion issue. Ëlodie styles up her illustration for the article Why such bad timing when he breaks up?

Nicole Jarecz / Brussel Airlines B Spirit! Magazine / London

Nicole Jarecz illustrates 6 portraits of the most dedicated leaders of change from the fields of technology, business and even social activism, shaping a brighter future for the whole african continent, for the B Spirit! Magazine.

Damien Vignaux / Wired Magazine / London

Damien Vignaux illustrates a portrait of Alex Pentland director of MIT’s Human Dynamics Laboratory in Cambridge Massachusetts, for techno-oriented Wired Magazine. The article is about the researchers' findings and the applications he developped that can predict its users' behaviour by logging their history and interactions.

Katrinn Pelletier / Coup de Pouce Magazine / Montreal

Health is the subject here in Coup de Pouce Magazine : Should we have to consult in private medical clinics? Katrinn Pelletier was chosen to illustrate the article.

 

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Votre Beauté / Paris

Mydeadpony continues his monthly collaboration with French magazine Votre Beauté, for the Sur Le Divan section. He illustrates the article: Who's that woman in my mirror?, by playing with themes such as introspection and time: as stated in the article, age has nothing to do with the number of years accumulated but is about the acceptation of what we are at every moment in life.

Jérôme Mireault / Jobboom magazine / Montreal

Jérôme Mireault drew us how to scoop the right way and avoid physical troubles this winter in a practical article published by Jobboom magazine.

Tonwen Jones / At Home with Century21 magazine / USA

Tonwen had to create a collage that capture the thought of Tacoma being a port city, with a focus on sustainability, where home value increases most in time. In the same issue, she also had to create illustrations of words from the answers the designers have given in the text.

Ëlodie / Glamour Spain / Madrid

Ëlodie illustrates with class the even classier Ashton Kutcher, Capricorn, for the Horoscope section of Glamour Spain Magazine.

Anne Cresci / Company magazine / London

Anne Cresci inky's style illustrates perfectly an article on cool girls and celebrities with tattoos for  Company Magazine January issue. With 1 out of 5 tattoed adults in the UK, this body art is definitly a trend. TopShop famous stores is even now offering an in-store tattoo salon!

Ëlodie / Elle Québec / Montreal

In "Elle se raconte" section from Elle QUébec magazine, you'll find Ëlodie's illustration accompanying a true story on a woman from Montreal who had dated an Hollywood celebrity for a year.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Elle Québec / Montreal

Mydeadpony was chosen by Elle Québec magazine to illustrate 3 articles published in January 2012 issue on: "the hapiness industry", "the right to complain ourself" and on people that are born to be happy but aren't.

Anne Cresci / Be magazine astrology / Paris

Anne Cresci illustrates the 12 zodiac signs as fashionistas for the horoscope section of Be Magazine.

Kelly Schykulski / Canadian Wildlife magazine / Canada

Kelly realized a series of illustrations for an article about endangered species in Canada like some unique seal species in northern Quebec and the deals with politics behind all that.

Katrinn Pelletier / Châtelaine magazine / Montreal

Katrinn Pelletier illustrated a part of Florida map for an article on different touristic places to visit in this American State.

Damien Vignaux / Philosophie Magazine / Paris

Damien immerses himself in philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre's universe and creates a series of illustrations for a section for Philosophie magazine.

Anne Cresci / Elle Québec / Montreal

Elle Quebec magazine chose Anne Cresci to illustrate an article about a blended familiy mother that decided to change her plan for Christmas this year.

Katrinn Pelletier / Yoopa Magazine / Montreal

Given that Christmas holidays are coming, Katrinn Pelletier's new serie of illustrations for Yoopa magazine is about children and food to accompany an article about the necessity of parental supervision during this time in order to avoid children food indigestions.

Sonia Roy / FTQ celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Office / Montreal

The Office Québecois de la langue française  celebrates its 50th anniversary. Sonia Roy was chosen by la Fédération des Travailleurs du Québec (Quebec workers federation) to create the cover of their December 2011 publication.

Katrinn Pelletier / Yoopa Magazine / Montreal

Series of illustrations for Yoopa Magazine, to illustrate an article on children "orphan diseases" which are rare diseases that the medical sector don't know much about,  for Yoopa Magazine.

Anne Cresci / Marie Claire China / Paris

Anne Cresci illustrates the opening of the Beauty section featuring the latest designers’ perfumes for Marie Claire China.

Ëlodie / Marie Claire China / Paris

Ëlodie illustrated the article about picking the right foundation product for one's skin type, Beauty Section of Marie Claire China.

Aaron McConomy / Quebec Science magazine / Montreal

Quebec Science Magazine's favourite at Colagene,  Aaron McConomy, illustrated for an article about cyberwar, a reality of our today's world and for an interview with Anne-Marie De Passillé about how cattle and other farm animals well being can benefit from technology.

Jérôme Mireault / Elle Quebec Magazine / Montreal

Illustrations for an article on men who have difficulty ending their sexual relations, published in the special men edition for Elle Québec Magazine.

Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Votre Beauté Magazine / Paris

Mydeadpony illustrates the file "sur le divan" on the theme of the conceptualization of ugliness for Votre Beauté magazine.

Nazario Graziano / L'École Branchée / De Marque / Montreal

Collage illustration realised by Nazario Graziano to illustrate a special booklet on the use of Ipads at school named : "En route vers l'école du futur'" and published in L'Ecole Branchée magazine.

Nicole Jarecz / Company Magazine / Londres

Nicole Jarecz illustrates a feature on money and spending, explaining different behaviours, for Company Magazine.

Sonia Roy / Philosophie Magazine / Paris

Series of illustrations for the file on the philosopher Erasme, for Philosophie magazine.

Sonia Roy / Vanity Fair / London

Sonia illustrates the cover of the Denmark special section for the magazine Vanity Fair UK, for the November issu