2 loop idents for Vrak, a French-language Canadian TV channel for young adults.
Illustration and animation: Amélie Tourangeau
This year, I had a lot of fun working on the poster of the third edition of the Festival végane de Montréal. Veganism is definitely fun, diverse and colourful!
A Sunday afternoon in Plateau Mont-Royal.
Illustration for InShades Mag. For the short piece The Red Sea, a story about angry protestators in a small town in the USA.
Looking for is a series of 4 GIFs around the theme of searching. From endless scrolling on Instagram to spying, "browsing" has many forms!
Dear Montréal is an illustrated series of postcards I created about cultural icons in Montréal. Back from a trip, I wanted to reimagine characteristic elements of the city. From the bagels to my life as a freelancer, Montréal is always full of inspiration.
Memories from Stockholm is an illustrated postcard inspired by Sweden's lovely archipelagos. Beautiful landscapes are to be discovered by ferryboat!
I've been playing a bit with distortions and shapes on the theme of "games" for the 17th Illozine issue. Let's play!
Welcome to Euphoria, a risoprinted postcard in two colors.
A short film about life on this amazing new planet. Music and sound design by Sebastian Oliwa.
Sommets du cinéma d'animation, Montréal
Minikino Film Week, Bali.
Top left; an abstract animated square, part of the collaborative 9 squares project.
Top: Amélie Tourangeau, Sander van Dijk, Joseph Recoskie
Middle: Skip Hursh, Jon Newman, David Stanfield
Bottom: Al Boardman, Toby Garrow, Chris Kelly
But, who am I. Who? was initially part of a storyboard for a short, but mutated into a zine project about the exploration of a character, the self and the quest to become someone.
Who? got a nomination at the Expozine Awards, that recognize the best of Montréal independent publications.
16 pages. 50 copies in turquoise - 50 copies in gold. Printed in risography.