Mega -
Illustration, France
 
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Brief Summary
Mega is an illustrator and graphic design artist. Throughout the years, he has been working on different medium for various clients from Complex magazine to Volkswagen to Nike, to much much more.
Clients
Partial client list
Nike
Volkswagen
Men's Health
Leclerc
Complex magazine
Agnès b.
La Poste
Professional Experience
Timeline
2011
Working on illustrations for advertising, and preparing my future exhibition.

2010
Integrated an agency based in NYC, representing award-wining talents for more than 20 years.
Touring exhibition in Asia, Australia, and Europe.

2009
Living in Bali where the rice is cheap and the sky high...

2008
I live in Bali (Indonesia), where the water is hotter and the girls cuter! I mainly work on my illustrations for various clients in USA and Europe (which include a monthly feat. in Complex), but I'm also in charge of the "visual arts" section of ACCLAIM in Australia, and I'll soon start doing the art direction of a new art gallery in Paris.

2007
I was living in Sydney where (beside my illustration shit) I took the Art Direction of the Autralian & New Zealander "street lifetyle magazine" ACCLAIM, working with my longtime partner in crime Pierre.

2006
Working freelance on various projects like a line of skateboards visuals, illustrations for tons of magazines, some fashion brands identities, and advertising campaigns... Plus I was based in Buenos Aires (Argentina) where the meat is better.

2005
Art Associate for WAD magazine.
As an international reference for urban (life)style and culture, WAD was an editorial platform for exhibiting the work of photographers, artists, and designers linked to the fashion world. Then I quit my job to spend the next 6 months living in Brazil, um pais de todos.

2004
Integrated Lezilus, a European agency based in Paris, representing the "emerging talents" of the new generation in illustration. Pretty good for my ego.

2003
Design and Art Direction for BPM.
This bimestrial French publication featured both emerging faces and international icons of street cultures. BPM set out to present a fresh and appealing vision of today's talented people.

2002
Design for the new version of Kink.
The mag evolved into incorporating new fields of investigation in the editorial coverage, as cinema, literature, art, or style.

2001
Co-founded Structure (with Delarocca), an antagonist but homogeneous creative team. Next year we wrote and published NYC Rules! , a unique graphic design book which aimed to reflect and rethink the New York City progressive culture by our own angle, and tried to bring the European reader closer to the different faces of the urban scene.

2000
Co-Art Direction for Kink magazine. Joined with insightful journalism and fresh design, Kink showcased the alternative sports and the urban cultures through a unique perspective. And it was free.

1999
Co-founded First, an independent Graphic Design publication focusing on the ever-evolving world of international underground music. Printed with silver ink on a black paper, it strived to couple a quality production to a meaningful content. Yeahyeahhh!
1998
Co-founded Middle Classes, a graffiti collective based in the south of France. MC's members aimed to push the boundaries of what Writing was usually thought of. Somedays doing ugly stuffs with stolen spraycans was cool too.
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