This is 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? Graphic aesthetic influenced by video games X (Gameboy) and 3-D WorldRunner (NES). Have a look at the accompanying Tumblr here.
For the NYC People's Climate March, Purpose commissioned animators and artists to deliver an animated GIF of a POV walk. Here is the trippy nonsensical result, or an accurate interpretation of someone's vision at the march, or a very strong comment on how bad it is to buy water in a bottle then only drink half of it then leave it on the floor.
Each year, Alliance Graphique Internationale members are asked to participate to a special project for their annual congress. They are also asked to invite a young designer whose work they like to contribute. Member Julien Vallée, from studio Vallée Duhamel, commissioned this poster for this year’s exhibition that took place at the Museu da Língua Portuguesa (Museum of the Portuguese Language), one of the most important museums in São Paulo, Brazil.
For the 2014 campaign of the Université du Québec à Montréal, agency Cartier invited seven artists to illustrate the seven faculties of the school. Here's the artwork representing the Faculty of Arts, made out of hand made wooden blocks. Click here for an overview of the campaign.
Graduation film from the Royal College of Art. The mundane story of a heartbroken man, an online gambling addict, an alcoholic kleptomaniac and an anxious loner living in the same apartment building. For more information about current festival screenings, check out the News section.
"I met someone at Speedating. I've been waiting for ten days. Ten days for her call."
Early visual development for an upcoming short film, part of the Late Night Work Club Volume II.
Illustration for an article by Pierre-Etienne Caza published in UQAM's Inter magazine on the subject of the imminent expansion of virtual networks.
Drawings and poems, love and loss. This self-published book was produced as part of the Visual Editor elective led by Debbie Cook and Andrzej Klimowski at the Royal College of Art in London.
Somewhere, our limbs lost in the distance. First year film produced at the Royal College of Art in London.
Colorimetry is an art book & film on the topic of colour and a catalog of generated abstract forms. Using the data values of colours — or colorimetric system — colours are interpreted into shapes using simple rules, generating an infinite number of colourful shapes. The original outputs for the book were created in collaboration with Sal Spring using Processing to automate the process. The book was published in 2012 at La chose imprimée, Judith Poirier's research program at l'École de Design de l'UQAM.
Animated short starring small machines drawn with crayons. Everything started on the kitchen's table, when Pierre-Nicolas showed me how to draw a car in two easy steps...
Lost in the sun.
ARTV is a French-Canadian TV Channel promoting art. As part of their branding strategy, they invite artists to reinterpret their logo. Here it has been transformed into a galactic comic strip, paying homage to the flourishing comic book scene in Quebec. Have fun watching it a couple of times to enjoy all the details.
A series of 6 experimental kickers featuring 3D graphics rendered in flat colours.
Le Petit Néant is a magazine celebrating the art of drawing and is curated and edited by Miguel Angel Valdivia. This animated promo invites artists to submit their work for the second issue...