Shortlisted in the Nami Concours 2017

Posted by on Nov 7, 2016 in Awards
Shortlisted in the Nami Concours 2017

The illustrations for Dépêche-toi! (Hurry Up!) have been shortlisted for the final round in the Nami Concours, a biennial picture book illustration competition in Korea. The illustrations will be exhibited at the Nami Island International Children’s Book Festival (NAMBOOK) in May, 2017, alongside the other two Canadian finalists, all from Quebec.

Animal chess for Grilled Cheese magazine

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in Recent work
Animal chess for Grilled Cheese magazine

The editors at Grilled Cheese (the bilingual magazine for kids) invited me to design and illustrate a board game for their Play issue. I decided to adapt a game that my father played with me when I was a kid : Chinese animal chess. This is a game of strategy but with very simple rules that children […]

Double sided mask for Grilled Cheese magazine

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in Recent work
Double sided mask for Grilled Cheese magazine

For the Play issue of Grilled Cheese magazine, I created this double-sided mask – a tiger on one side and a jungle to be colored on the other. The magazine was printed on a Risograph (a printing machine that’s a bit between photocopying and screen printing. Like screen printing, you can only print one color at a […]

French nursery rhymes now in bookshops

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Recent work
French nursery rhymes now in bookshops

“Mes jolies comptines à écouter”, a book and CD of classic French nursery rhymes is now in the bookshops in Quebec, Canada. Published by Auzou in Paris, France, the large format board book comes with a CD of 10 songs arranged by Maryse Letarte, an accomplished musician and singer from Montreal. This book aims to reintroduce […]

Mr. Crocodile at the Dominique-Savio Youth Center

Posted by on Apr 25, 2015 in Recent work
Mr. Crocodile at the Dominique-Savio Youth Center

I and 14 other illustrators of children’s books participated in a mural painting project organized by Illustration Quebec and the popular kid lit blog Les Petits Mots-Dit. The 13 murals were painted in the hallways and common rooms in the 6 to 12 year olds section of the Dominique-Savio Youth Center in Montreal all in one day. […]