#BehanceReviews 6: Last-Minute Surprises

Today’s the big day, and there are a bunch of last-minute announcements we weren’t previously able to make…

We’ve managed to score two more amazing review leaders!

Yvan Meunier is an amazing visual artist, designer and illustrator. He also teaches at College Salette.
Emmanuel Cohen is a creative director and designer at 26 Lettres.

Dan of Steel and Erik Faulkner will be supplying the tunes to keep things moving along nicely.

A massive thank you to Bjorn Swenson and Julien Payette-Tessier, our photographers for the evening!

We’ve snagged a few more prizes and freebies for y’all. Here’s a small list—you’ll have to come to find out the rest…

Prints from:
Beans and Bacon
Marie Bergeron
Kristian Bolanos
Raku Inoue

A gift certificate from Reikan Apparel (and some swag!)

A screenprinting course from La Bourgeoise Serigraphe

We’re setting up a corner of the room where you can create masterpieces of your own!


Meet the Reviewer: Patrick Seymour

patrick_avatarC’est avec grand plaisir qu’on vous présent notre prochain expert créatif, l’illustrateur et directeur artistique Patrick Seymour. Bien connu pour ses illustrations magnifiques, il fait aussi des intéressants travaux visuels dans d’autres domaines.

On a voulu mieux comprendre l’homme en arrière des images –  voici ses réponses.


Meet the Reviewer: Osmoze

1781025_10202077152623301_245238852_oIntroducing our next reviewer Alex “Osmoze” Brakha, a multidisciplinary director and art director, and founder of Pink Rabbit Corporation.

His “spirit animal” is a pink rabbit with two katanas and one eye, and his essential possessions include a notebook, blue lead pencil, and a good pair of sneakers.

We caught up with Osmoze to talk about design, inspiration, and Bon Jovi.


Behance Reviews: Frequently Asked Questions

10856721815_ea59d490d1_hTwice a year, creative professionals across the world gather to celebrate Behance Portfolio Review Week. Here in Montreal, we’ve been hosting review weeks since 2012.

November 2014 will be our 6th edition of reviews, offering an exciting line up of Montreal’s finest creative minds. Come and be a part of the fun!

We’ve answered some questions we’ve been asked over the years.


Looking for Volunteers!

Behance Reviews MTL is run by a small team of very amazing volunteers, and we’d like to add a few people to that team.

Are you passionate about social media? Videography? Making awesome milkshakes? If you’re into it, we are too. Drop us a shout via the “volunteer” page.

*Trophy/tiara not included. Awesomeness is, though.