vol. 03 — ép. 21
Graphic Designer, Art Director
Bastian moved to Montreal from Belgium. He has a passion for working with various mediums, with a focus on form, light, and texture. Since moving he has found himself surrounded by inspiring and talented people. This exposure has given him a new vision of design and aesthetic allowing him to fully realize his style in art direction and set design.
Aless Mc specializes in mural art, screenprinting and illustration. Her style is bold, colorful and graphic, often with a touch of humor. In light of the recent legalization of cannabis in Canada, she will be presenting her most recent project, “50 SHADES OF GREEN”, a series of informative illustrations depicting a variety of cannabis strains.
Art direction, Illustration
Ashley studied Fine Arts, and Graphic Design in Montreal and Rhode Island. Her curiosity allows her work to be playful, intuitive and experimental —with a primary goal to create thoughtful experiences and real connections. Her desire to explore various fields through collaboration and relentless making has brought her to work in Australia, Vermont and Montreal.
Cielle Graham is a French-New Zealand illustrator based in Montreal. In this space she discovered the medium that she continues to work with today, creating large scale animal drawings using pen and ink that give form to a kind of energy that is always with us, constantly moving and taking on different shapes. Creating the drawings has been an outlet to arrive at some kind of closure with these moving emotions.
Art Director, Designer, Illustrator
Maxime is part of the studio / collective Bizarre Bizarre who try to blur the boundary between art and design in order to take a fun and experiment-based approach to their projects.
Rebecca works as a freelance motion designer and as an instructor in the Graphic Design and Interactive Media program at Yorkville University. Her stop motion film “Evelyne” premiered at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and also screened internationally. She was a Motion Design Practicum at the Banff Centre and helped launch the artist centre’s re-branding. She continues to explore new techniques and ideas in the great big world of animation!
For the past 8 years, Gabrielle has cultivated an approach that highlights the positive and inclusive impact of art, particularly through her work at Mural Festival, Lndmrk, and the iconic Burning Man. Today, as a treasure hunter at Lune Rouge Entertainment, she remains guided by the intention of provoking imagination and innovation by discovering and highlighting the work of daring artists and creators.
Manon is a designer at Element AI, Canada’s fastest growing startup. They’re focused on developing a concept of artificial intelligence that is human, ethical, and accessible to the public. This is a topic that Manon is super passionate about and evangelizes with her talks on “Compassion-First Design for Artificial Intelligence”, which has been presented at: Devoxx London and Paris, WAQ of Quebec, the devFest of Nantes, Mix-It of Lyon, GWTcon of Florence, and the UX parties in Quebec City.
Martine Frossard’s work is centered around video, animation, and interactive installation. Her work has been shown in several festivals and galleries across Canada, the United States, and Europe. In addition to her work in video and animation, she is also a graphic designer and event manager!
Motion Artist, Animator, UX enthusiast
Youlia is an energetic and multifaceted artist and problem solver. As a motion designer, animator, graphic designer, UX designer and music addict she loves working with various techniques to get the job done! With a broad design expertise and a passion for detail, her projects deliver an innovative approach to the viewer’s experience.
Motion Designer, Art Director
Jordan loves to explore new forms and rhythms by building animations with a strong design aesthetic. This skillset allows him to work within a team or remotely, in order to create a variety of animation projects from the ground up!