Promotional poster design for Mer/Sea Collective's launch party.
Project: Maison Théâtre 2014
Agency: ByeBye Bambi
Creative Direction: Fréd Éstimbre
Art Direction, Installation & Design: Michael Mason
Stratégie : Florian Schedler
Stratégie web : Pauline Loctin
Web : Kokomoweb
Photos : Julie Langenegger François Lachance
Impression sérigraphie : Iris Sautier - La bourgeoise Sérigraphe
The visual is comprised of triptique of die-cut silhouettes, exposing a larger installation that lives behind the scene. The adult evoking the idea of parenthood and guidance, the child in it's innocence and curiosity, and the theatre in it's entirety as it's watched by both of them.
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Agency: Park National
Art Direction: Michael Mason, Danny Demers, David Oliva
Illustration & Design: Michael Mason
Hand-rendered illustration and interpretant design for Park National, a Montreal-based advertising & creative agency.
(More visuals coming soon)
Creative Direction: Fred Estimbre
Art Direction & Design: Michael Mason
Strategy: Florian Schedler
Studio Byebye Bambi was recently commissioned for the re-branding of Entrepreneurs Anonymous. Founded in late 2012, EAMTL is a Montreal-based institution comprised of half a dozen young entrepreneurs, who organize meet-ups for entrepreneurs in the community.
Defined by a series of gatherings in small bars and coffee shops in and around the community,
the visual identity is inspired by a cross-roads of stylistic executions. The brand utilizes the visual libraries of the prohibition and that of secret societies through a minimalistic execution.
Visit the website: http://www.eamtl.com/
Project: The Devil's Toy
Agency: Deux Huit Huit
Hand-illustrated logotype I developed at Deux Huit Huit for The National Film Board's release of The Devil's Toy Redux.
The logotype was later integrated by the Deux Huit Huit team for use in various promotional material, including posters, stickers, and social media assets for the event.
Project: Le Matos | Join Us
Co-Art Directed with Danny Demers
Art Direction and branding work done for Montreal-based band Le Matos and their latest album Join Us. Le Matos is an electro band with a fixation on the occult that also produces soundtracks for various Montreal films within a niche community. The idea was to create a branding that would resemble something that had existed in a long forgotten cult. We created a seal that could be overlayed easily over any imagery resembling old closed captions on documented paranormal films.
Kijiji Canada: Kelowna CC
Creative Direction: Edmund Lam
Art Direction: Bruno Florin
Illustrations & Design: Michael Mason
Illustrations for a closed captioning animation for Kijiji Canada,
airing in Kelowna, British Columbia.
Project: Places Near Home
Places Near Home is the first of a series entitled The New Astronomers, that document light patterns in familiar environments. This piece documents major light systems of Greater Montreal and its close surroundings from an aerial perspective; Naming clusters and formations based on their location and my personal experiences with them.
Client: High Snobiety
Agency: Park National
Art Directors: Danny Demers, Michael Mason
Photography: Rupert Lamontagne
Installation: David Oliva
Editorial created at Park National for Highsnobiety in collaboration with Nike to showcase the new Eric Koston Heritage model.
Agency: Une Banane
Concept, Design & Visuals: Daniel Iregui
Interaction developer: François Loubert-Hudon
Illustrations & Graphic System: Mike Mason
Production: Antoine Clayette
Balls customization: Clement Yeh
Interactive system: Moment Factory
Select illustrations that I developed for Iregular, for their interactive 'Lift' projection/installation at Place des Arts during Montréal en Lumière, 2013.
Project: Citizen Vintage Branding
Client: Citizen Vintage
Collaboration with Danny Demers, serving as a give-away item during WESC Montréal Concept Store's Spring Campaign Launch.
Creative direction: Michel Valois & Sylvie Racicot
Art direction: Michel Valois
Design: Michael Mason & Robin Kurtz
Illustration: Michael Mason & Robin Kurtz
Infography: Robin Kurtz
Lifestyle Photography: Sylvie Racicot
Les Délices de Michèle are wild and original and feature local Quebec berries as their key ingredients. A combination of illustrations, watercolors paintings and photographies are used to express the brand warmth and whimsical attributes. The berries, unique in their kind, have been put forward in a humorous context, they become huge and sometimes turn into air balloon, spaceship or giant bubbles... highlighting their uniqueness.
Project: Alaclair Ensemble / OUIN!?!
Director + Editor / Réalisateur + Monteur :
DOP / Directeur Photo :
Colin Beaudry Sylvain
Motion Designer :