Tagged: canada
  1. 12

    Dec 2014

    Jocelyn Joret

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    Jocelyn Joret is a Canadian illustrator and currently the Senior 2D artist at Gameloft. Part of the Gameloft team since 2009, Mr Joret has worked on titles such as Earthworm Jim HD (2010), Bailout War$ (2009) and Bridge Odyssey (2009). In that time he has contributed in variety of disciplines including Pack illustrations, mock-ups, backgrounds, character design and Concept art.

    Mr Joret has also been featured in numerous books including, Masters Of Anatomy, L’inédit magazine, CFSL.net Artbooks, Skull and Can’t.

    Both Jocelyn Joret’s tumblr and DeviantArt are packed with artwork and process breakdowns. Be sure to also check out his Facebook page and shop.

  2. 25

    Sep 2014

    Veronique Meignaud

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    We are showering you with magic this week. I’m not sure if there is a better word to describe this weeks features, and today is no less. Veronique Meignaud is a freelance illustrator from Montreal, Canada. Student of the Emile Cohl Art School in France, she has worked in the games industry, for the past 10 years, as a concept artist. Ms Meignaud has also collaborated on a wide range on multimedia project. Some of her previous clients include Cirque du Soleil, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Nike, and Marc Ecko.

    Veronique Meignaud’s artwork is striking and complex. It mixes intricate shapes with an array of colours, but all the while manages to keep the elements working harmoniously. It varies in style but the beauty remains consistent.

    You can find more of Veronique Meignaud’s work on her website, and tumblr.

  3. 23

    Sep 2014

    Nimit Malavia

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    Seriously stunning work from today’s feature, the award-winning illustrator, Nimit Malavia. Born Ottawa, Canada in 1987, he studied Illustration at the Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning. Currently based in Toronto, Mr Malavia’s work has been exhibited across North America and Europe in galleries including Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, Bold Hype Gallery, Thinkspace Gallery, LeBasse Projects, and London Miles Gallery.

    Mr Malavia’s has created numerous comic covers for Marvel, DC, and IDW. He is also the current Fables series cover artist, starting at issue #139 it is expected that Mr Malavia will continue until the series conclusion issue #150. Outside of the world of comics, he has worked with companies including PEN Canada, Soapbox Design, the National Post and 20th Century Fox.

    You can find Nimit Malavia’s portfolio on his website, and I strongly recommend you check out his instagram too.

  4. 25

    Mar 2014

    Brandon James Scott

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    The Loungers have all been long-time fans of Brandon James Scott’s work. It has it all; consideration, charisma, humour, and longevity. It combines rough textures with lush and harmonious colours.

    On top of his illustrator hat, Mr. Scott he has also worn Art Director, Director, Designer and Writer. Working across an array of fields with a range of clients including JibJab Media, Mattel Entertainment, Ogilvy & Mather, Disney, and Nickelodeon. Mr. Scott is also the creator and art director of the Emmy-nominated Justin Time.

    Clearly hard-working, Mr. Scott has also written and illustrated two children’s books as well as co-illustrating the The Longest Christmas List Ever, alongside JibJab founder Evan Spiridellis.

    You can find more of Mr. Scott’s wonderful work on his website.

  5. 6

    Jun 2013

    Daryl Mandryk

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    Ridiculously skilled work from freelance artist Daryl Mandryk. Based in Vancouver, Canada he has worked on games, film, print, and the web. Recently working as Lead Concept Artist on video games Tron Evolution and Turok, his previous clients include EA, Lucasfilm, Hasbro, Dark Horse Comics, and Imagine FX Magazine. Filled with emotion and movement, his work manages to convey each scene in the height of the action. To see more of Mr. Mandryk’s work, head over to his website.

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