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Art Direction

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    With over 4 years of experience as a graphic designer and art director based in Montreal, Philippe Clairoux has collaborated with agencies and businesses across various sectors, including renowned collaborations with clients such as Buck and Google. He possesses a strong expertise in brand image development. Philippe plays a pivotal role in crafting sustainable and impactful brands through his ability to comprehend organizations and their growth objectives. 

His specialization in visual identity design enables him to create lasting and meaningful value for his clients and their users. Philippe's work has been acknowledged and featured in various media outlets such as The Brand Identity, The Dieline, and 

Öst - Visual Identity

Discover Öst in Shefford – a cozy spot with six cabins and eight studios. Surrounded by sports and tourist attractions, Öst is your go-to base for a night, a weekend, or even a week. It's not just a place to stay; it's a friendly spot where you'll feel right at home. In this project, we focused on creating a look for Öst that captures its warmth and adventurous vibe. Dive into our visual story that reflects the charm and hospitality of this special retreat.

  • Client: Öst
  • Design: Philippe Clairoux

Acquiso - Visual Identity
Launching the visual identity of Acquiso, Acquiso assists businesses in acquiring commercial equipment by offering a wide inventory of new and used equipment. In partnership with Affiliated Financial Services, the company also provides the most advantageous financing terms for equipment acquisition.

  • Client: Acquiso Inc.
  • Design: Philippe Clairoux

Canevas  -  Visual Identity

While listening to the design team at Brigil, we learned about their commitment to making a positive impact on the Outaouais region with the Canevas project. A place where people are at the heart of the community and can engage in various experiences.

By creating this dynamic identity, we aim to set the Canevas project apart in Quebec and showcase Brigil's talent for designing culturally vibrant living spaces.

  • Design: Philippe Clairoux
Photo: Vincent Castonguay

La Martine - Visual Identity

The visual identity design for the La Martine development project draws inspiration from a typographic aesthetic, offering a unique combination of simplicity and elegance. Nestled in the heart of nature in Baie St-Paul, this development of 24 plots aspires to be an oasis of tranquility. The deliberate choice of carefully selected typefaces embodies the harmony between the natural environment and the contemporary aspect of the project.

Design: Philippe Clairoux

Champlain Magazine - Editorial
The Champlain housing project, developed by Brigil, embodies a forward-thinking and sustainable vision of an urban community. By creating the magazine for this innovative community, our goal is to reflect the essence of Champlain by highlighting its '15-minute neighborhood' concept and underscoring its commitment to sustainable development.

Design: Philippe Clairoux
Client: Brigil

Gym Sablon - Vsual Identity

Working in partnership with the marketing agency Louis, we were entrusted by CentreSablon to craft their comprehensive visual identity, establish a cohesive graphic system, and design and develop their website. Our collaborative efforts aimed to provide CentreSablon with a strong and memorable brand image, ensuring that their online presence effectively represents their unique offerings and values

  • Client: Gym sablon
  • Design: Philippe Clairoux

Resistance Energy - Logo

Resistance Energy is an investment fund powered by McGill St-Laurent and CWP Energy.

Design: Philippe Clairoux

Conflit d’usage / Packaging
Introducing Conflit d'Usage Beer - An organic, fresh, unfiltered lager brewed as part of a collaboration between Nomades du Parc and Chelsea & Co. Our mission was to create a packaging design system that highlights Gatineau Park and the conflict between cyclists and vehicles within the park.

  • Design: Philippe Clairoux
Photo: Louis-Philippe Toupin

L’après-saison - Campaign

Our task was to create a visual identity for the event based on the theme of autumn and falling leaves. To highlight the festive nature of the event, we took an approach with vibrant colors inspired by old-school bike jerseys.

Design: Philippe Clairoux
Print: photosynthèse
Photo: Vincent Castonguay



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