Happy to present you the cat I made for The Land of Nod Fall Collection curated by The Jealous Curator!
Last week I had the chance to create a visual for PlayStation’s 20 years anniversary and the launch of Tearaway Unfolded game, a messenger’s delivery adventure through a papercraft world! For the occasion PlayStation console got a Tearaway makeover: the PS1 console, controller and the little figurine from the game, all made of paper! The image was already published on their social pages.
A really fun project to work on, I hope you enjoy it!
I am so excited to finally be able to share with you a little project I have been working on a few months ago. I had the pleasure to collaborate with the talented designer behind Wee Gallery to create Xander, a paper shark bust for the Oceanography Collection and Zoe, a paper deer bust for the Menagerie Collection on Nursery Works.
Xander is a fierce but always friendly face who will greet your little one with a mouthful of teeth that will never bite back!
Zoe’s doe eye will watch over your little one from crib to curtain!
Sorry for the lack of post lately, these past couple weeks have been a little complicated between Lula sick, the jet lag and the big pile of work that was waiting for me when we came back from vacation. Thank god my new intern just arrived and Lula seems to finally getting better. I hate seeing her so weak, she is usually such a happy girl with a lot of energy and almost never cries.
Here are some new illustrations I made for the Netherlands magazine Libelle. This is for a guide about going outdoor on adventures with your girlfriends. All I am thinking about right now! In 14 months with Lula, I never spent a night away from her, not even a full day. I never felt the need to escape for a little bit and I love so much spending the weekends with my little family, those moments are so precious to me. But maybe it would be the time for a nice weekend to relax with friends…rent a little cabin in the woods and explore nature.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend full of adventures!
I was so excited last month when agency Alma DDB in Miami reached me to work on a new McDonalds campaign for the Happy Meal. I mean who doesn’t know McDonalds? Funny thing actually, I’ve been trying to tell my american friends who I was working for during the project and they couldn’t understand the name, I had to say it like ten times and then spell it…I’ve been living in the US for almost 6 years now and there are still some words I can’t pronounce like squirrel or water! “Can I have a bottle of water please?” “I’m sorry what?” you should have seen me at the supermarket the other day…embarrassing.
So, I have had a lot of fun working this project. I hope you like it. I don’t really eat meat anymore but making those miniature burgers made me really hungry for one.
More from this campaign coming soon!
Photography and editing by Dave Shortt.
A paper portrait of amazing photographer Maria Del Rio and her fabulous blue hairs!
Here is a little paper animation I worked on this last month for Oh Joy + Target summer collection preview. Always a pleasure to work with Joy, we like the same things! The products are amazing and will be online in all Target stores in the US and Canada on Sunday, May 25th for six weeks only! YAY to picnic parties!
Here is a paper bunny I made commissioned by Laurie who is expecting a baby girl for june. For her indian theme nursery she picked the coolest wallpaper and suspended crib, I am dying over the cuteness of these. It makes me want to have another baby…and decorate a new room.
Shop the camel bunny on pink backdrop here! (the kit doesn’t include the feathers)