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Stephanie F. Scholz / Blade Runner 2049 in The New Yorker / New York
A beautiful GIF animated creation by Stephanie F. Scholz for The New Yorker for the release of the upcoming movie " Blade Runner 2049 " with Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.
Benoit Tardif / The Baffler and Avenue Magazines / USA
Benoit Tardif is always so funny and relevant in his creations and several American magazines adore him more and more, as The Baffler and Avenue Magazines.
Applied Arts 2017 awards / Canada
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 / 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.
Sonia Roy / Wall Street Journal / New York, NY
To discover new races of birds or birding is one of your passions? It is a good news because the Wall Street Journal has just published a beautiful article on this subject where Sonia Roy has created with softness, poetry and nostalgia a nice collage on this popular activity.
Benoit Tardif / New York Times
How not to fall in love with the world of Benoit Tardif and not ask him to tell us a crazy story between a plant of oregano, a butterfly and an ant? The New York Times Science in the article The butterfly, the ant and the oregano falls and dives one more time into his moved, funny and relevant world.
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.
Raphaël "Mydeadpony" Vicenzi / Washington Post / Washington
Mydeadpony has created Björk's portrait for the article in the Washington Post which deals with her exhibition in the MOMA.
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).
Benoit Tardif / The New York Times / New York
We know it : smoking is not good for health. Benoit Tardif knows it too and, furthermore, illustrates it for an article of the New York Times of February for the Science section.
Aaron McConomy / Registered Nurse Journal / Toronto
Even if the subject is difficult to bring up, Aaron McConomy illustrated the difficulty of letting dying patients go and the intense moments of the nurse's job.
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.
Edward McGowan / Parcs Canada- Week-end at Peel bassin event / Montreal
To put emphasize on the historic place that is the Peel bassin, Parks Canada called the Graphic Design Clinic and the illustrator Edward McGowan to create a promotional visual for the Weekend at the Peel bassin event that took place on September. For this project, posters, banners, advertisements and newspapers were declined.
Benoit Tardif / La Licorne Theater / Montreal
September also means the fall arts season! Here are the illustrations created by Benoit Tardif for the 2014-15 season of La Licorne Theater. Benoit's work has been adapted on different promotional media: printed brochures, advertising displays, the theater's website and social media, video etc. The illustrator was given a lot of freedom for this project. He illustrated “in an absurd humor style", as he describes it, the season’s theme including links to Quebec's identity and references (winter, bonfire etc.) Art director and executive director of La Licorne Theater, Denis Bernard quotes: "Benoit's work and style match exactly our theater's spirit and the atmosphere that we want to communicate through this season's brochure."
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.
Benoit Tardif / Journal de Montréal / Montreal
Our collaboration with le Journal de Montreal continues this year with new illustrations by Benoit Tardif for the insert Cahier JM.
Jérôme Mireault / The Globe and Mail / Toronto
Jérôme Mireault created a series of illustrations for a package on altruism published in The Globe and Mail. He had to represent everyday altruistic acts of humanity for the main illustration and to draw portraits of 9 persons featured in this section of the newspaper.
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 / Journal de Montréal / Montreal
Benoit Tardif is starting a new collaboration with a local newspaper called Le Journal de Montréal. He was commisioned to illustrate on a weekly basis, conceptual illustrations for different short columns of a new editorial insert called '"Cahier JM".
Kelly Schykulski / Le Journal du CNRS / Paris
Kelly illustrated an institutional subject for one of the October story of the Newspaper of CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research). The subject was: Funding for European research in 2020...
Nazario Graziano / The Washington Post / Sunday Style / Washington, DC
Nazario Graziano represented the cable network in Distric of Columbia by the train lines in DC in a fun collage for the cover of the Washington Post’s entertainment tab Sunday Style.
Katrinn Pelletier / Historia channel / Reine du Foyer TV show / Montreal
On January 28th, in the Province of Quebec was published in La Presse, 24H and Le Soleil newspapers, the ad for the very new TV show Reine du Foyer (Queen of the household) broadcasted by Historia channel. Katrinn Pelletier was chosen by DentsuBos to illustrate a printed advertising concept created by the agency. She was commissioned to draw in a modern style, a retro multi-tasking woman in charge of household duties in the first place and the ad's titles in second place. The TV show is a documentary made as a TV series about the evolution of women's status at home in the Province of Quebec from the 50's to the end of the very last century.
Jérôme Mireault / The Globe and Mail newspaper / Toronto
Jérôme had to draw portraits of mavericks who helped turn the world upside down in 2011.
Tonwen Jones / CNRS Journal / Paris
Fall under Tonwen's charm once more with her naive "handrawing" style for the special file: Handicap: Researchers face the challenge, for the CNRS newspaper.
Kelly Schykulski / Registered Nurse Journal / Toronto
Kelly Schykulski did an illustration for the spread cover of the Registered Nurse Journal designed by Fresh Art & Design.
Takeshi / Annecy 2018 / France
Ad campaign for the candidature of France to the 2018 olympic and paralympic winter games with Euro RSCG 360 agency.
Jérôme Mireault / CNOP journal / France
Series of illustrations for Le journal du Conseil national de l'Ordre des pharmaciens. The topic was about the the pharmacists safety (agressions of the pharmacists, in the pharmacy or somewhere else, and reports to the authorities).
Óscar Llorens / The Washington Post / Washington
One illustration for the article Finance Park for The Washington Post.
Takeshi / Pohjola / Finland
Photographic illustrations for the new advertising campaign of Pohjola, an insurance company, realised by TBWA Helsinki. Pohjola is now launching insurance services for Finnish companies that are expanding their business outside Finland. Pohjola is offering also expert services to companies to avoid some cultural conflicts and ease their integration in foreign markets.
Jérôme Mireault / 20 Minutes newspaper / Paris
Two illustrations inspired by the principle of 'Where's Waldo?' for a print & web campaign for 20 Minutes newspaper.
Katrinn Pelletier / CNRS Newspaper / Paris
Cover & inside illustrations for an article called "Incroyable végétal" for the CNRS newspaper
Nazario Graziano / The Sunday Times Newspaper / London
One illustration for The Sunday Times Newspaper for a short story called “Tristan and Isolde“ by Michèle Roberts.
Jérôme Mireault / 20 Minutes Newspaper / Paris
Illustration for a print and web campaign for the 20 Minutes Newspaper realized by La Chose agency, in collaboration with La Belle Production.