A series of illustrations for the Harvard Business Review, for an article on exit interviews. An employee is lost in a labyrinth with no exit. The spot illustrations are connected to the main illustration via a ladder, a staircase and a pole, acting as sub-rooms of the labyrinth.
Every month, Vanity Fair commissions an artist to design a pair of stamps for their magazine's mailbag column. The core concept is always the same: both stamps should be connected in a playful way. Two different designs were executed for the editors to choose from.
A poster design for the 2015 Souk@Sat in Montreal, a “bazaar organized in a loft-style space, where one can find a multitude of contemporary creations by Montrealers”. The client was looking for a surreal image of a floating structure that would also invoke a social hub.
I was commissioned by Stereo pop (a French-Canadian TV show airing on Radio-Canada) to deliver a series of looping animations for a singer's performance on stage.
Confusion with furniture, heartfelt camaraderie, thinking cylinders and other human studies.
In 1992, a man receives love letters in Korean. Since Google Translate doesn't exist yet, he's left confused. What could this mean? The aesthetic was influenced by retro video games X (Gameboy) and The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner (NES). Have a look at the accompanying Tumblr here.
Exploring the relationship between men and car, car and men, men and men.
For the NYC People's Climate March, Purpose commissioned animators and artists to deliver an animated GIF of a POV walk.