Marie Bissonnette is a communication consultant. She works in Quebec City and Montreal.
To help her start her own business, I made her a website : graphic design and coding.
Marie Bissonnette is a communication consultant. She works in Quebec City and Montreal. To help her start her own business, I made her a website : graphic design and coding.Skip to content
Florence Leclerc is an international artist in oriental dance. She is based in Montreal, but she travels often around the world for her art.
In this field, she is one of the rising stars. I made her website : graphic design and coding. Also, I create visuals as needed and I assist her in her photoshoots.
Xi-Design puts murals on facades, houses and gable walls all over Germany as hand-drawn advertising messages for innovative brands. Xi-Design invited artists from around the world to design a mural inspired by the theme: “If walls could talk.”. The wall is located in a historic site in former East Berlin.
For this street artwork, I wanted to work around the famous quote “Make love, not war.” Looking at today’s international news, I felt like it was a great opportunity to send a message of love and peace.
UK fashion retailer Boden invited artists from around the world to create a completely original digital front cover for their Summer 2016 catalogue.
I created a fresh and dynamic cover for Boden’s Summer 2016 catalogue. To make it relevant to the digital age, I included icons that look like emojis. This artwork celebrates the freedom and the excitement of the summertime!
“Le Filon” is a short documentary produced for the Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue in 2008.
We had 48 hours to produce a short movie around Rouyn-Noranda’s airport.
To celebrate the release of X-Men: Apocalypse, 20th Century Fox invited artists, animators and GIF artists from around the world to create an animated artwork inspired by the film’s battle between the X-Men and Apocalypse and his Four Horsemen.
This is my artwork for X-Men: Apocalypse. The general mood is inspired by “The calm before the storm”; the main imagery is about a burning world being destroyed by war. The focus is on the most instantly recognizable characters and Apocalypse with his four horsemen. I drew the characters so that they are appealing to new and longtime fans.
Having released a number of new tracks in 2015, Jarryd James invited filmmakers, artists and graphic designers from around the world to create short videos inspired by his lyrics and his songs.
I interpreted the song “This Time” by Jarryd James as a burning torch. The song is tinted by sadness and lost. I illustraded love as a flame. Sadness and lost are represented by the fire and the darkness. The love burns away in a shadowy and blurred environment. Nevertheless, I wanted to give hope and light. My artwork also tells the story of a new love rising gently from the ashes as a delicate flower.
Universal Music Group invited filmmakers and animators from around the world to create an engaging 6-second video inspired by hip hop artist Desiigner’s track “Panda”.
For this animated artwork, I took inspiration from the raw story of the song. I created something brutal and violent like the lyrics, yet it has a playful “panda cartoon” feel to it. I included the title and key lyrics as hashtags.