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What Now?

Deconfinement has begun in many places across the globe, which begs the question: what will happen to the communications industry? This article from the Association of Illustrators claims now is the perfect time to work with illustrators and motion designers. And that’s just the kind of artists Colagene Paris loves to represent! While video and photo production require physical presence, which can compromise social distancing measures necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, illustrators and motion designers can work comfortably on beautiful, creative projects right from their homes. As you can see from this newsletter, they haven’t really slowed down at all over the past few months. Stay safe and take care.

Amaël Isnard / Musée du Louvre / Paris

After le musée du quai Branly in Paris, Amaël Isnard now draws inspiration from the Louvre Museum in this series of illustrations representing favourite objects.

Juan García Segura / Science & vie / France

Juan Garcia Segura, new 3D artist at Colagene Paris, signs the cover of the latest Science et Vie, which needs no introduction.

Emmanuel Polanco / Gallmeister / France

Series of covers by Emmanuel Polanco for Gallmeister editions. Les Mangeurs d'argile from Peter Farris, Au nom du Bien from Jake Hinkson, and En attendant Eden from Elliot Ackerman.

Benoit Tardif / He's back!

After a few years of time off in France focusing on different priorities (expansion of the family and new personal projects), Benoit Tardif is back, and we are delighted! It is after he completed his studies in graphic design at Université du Québec à Montréal that Benoit started working with illustration. He offers simple, effective and colourful images. Often tinged with irony, his style is marked by an interest in silk screen and posters. Benoit, an illustrator from Quebec, works with traditional and digital techniques to build images designed to convey a specific and conceptual message.

Pablo Pasadas / La Movida / Spain

La Movida revisited by Pablo Pasadas, a French artist based in Barcelona.

New showreel

Motion designer, director and artistic director, Vincent Raineri has just updated his showreel. Feast your eyes!

Steve Scott / Inventaire Paris

The districts of Shibuya and Shinjuku in Tokyo, beautifully illustrated by the talented Steve Scott. These illustrations are available at Inventaire Paris.

David Despau / Le Monde des Religions / France

Portraits of Delphine Horvilleur, Frédéric Lenoir, Matthieu Ricard & Kamel Daoud signed by David Despau for the cover of Le Monde des Religions issue 100.

Laura Liedo / L'OBS / France

Map illustrated by Laura Liedo of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district in Paris.

Stephanie F. Scholz / The Economist's Technology Quarterly / UK

Series of illustrations for The Economist's Technology Quarterly by Stephanie F. Scholz on the advantages and disadvantages of personalized medicine.

Nazario Graziano / Book update

Short compilation of Nazario Graziano's latest projects; Ford Business magazine, Glen Scotia Whiskey, Lettera40 ... to see more, it's here.

Antonio Uve / Flamboyant!

A bit of roundness, travel and dance... that sums up Antonio Uve's book quite well. Want to see more? It's this way.

Emmanuel Polanco / Lehigh Research Review / USA

Illustrations series by Emmanuel Polanco on the Greco-Turkish War of 1897 for the Lehigh Research Review.

Giordano Poloni / Le Parisien Week-end / France

Giordano Poloni illustrated the Hyperloop - a train speeding at 900 km/h - for the article Welcome to 2050! of the Parisien Week-end magazine.