Jean-Baptiste Monge Illustrator and Designer
On location, Burbank CA
The Creative Talent Network is proud to announce in an eXclusive US appearance, the magical world and talent of Jean-Baptiste Monge. Jean-Baptiste will be featured in live demonstrations, conversations with creators and spotlight signing sessions where we are proud to release the first ever book published of his work.
Jean-Baptiste Monge is a young but already famous French artist-illustrator and writer of fantasy. His interest lies in magical creatures from fairy tales such as elves, giants and dwarfs, which reminds us, with all its charm, of childhood and believing in the existence of all sorts of miracles. Monge has won numerous awards, which is a confirmation of his work and his talent. He lives presently in Canada, in a small town, north of Montreal.
Co-produced by The Creative Talent Network in association with Trinquètte Publishing.
After 16 years of Publishing, Jean-Baptiste Monge now designs for feature films and video games. In 2009 he participated in a project that is still confidential as concept work for Sony Pictures Animation. He also participates in the collective “Souvenirs de films”, published by Le Lombard, performing his version of the movie poster of the film Willow by Ron Howard. Feb 2010, He moved to Canada to be closer to the American Market and to work on his future book. Apr 2010, he finished some Chara-design for a computer game, for a French company : Faery Legends of Avalon – by Spiders.
LINES AND COLORS ARTICLE ON THIS ARTIST by Charley Parker..click here
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