Check out these cool illustrations of Montreal: each artist bringing a different perspective to our beloved city.
At MTL Prodigies, we pride ourselves on building a community of like-minded, talented individuals who are
trying to GOING TO make it BIG in the city. We hope that these cool illustrations of Montreal will inspire you on your next creative venture.
Created by art directer Micheal Descharles, this stunning illustration of Montreal’s beloved clocktower uses a gradient background. The clocktower itself resembles something out of a game: with its pixelated clock-face and 3D platform. Descharles has collaborated with City of Montreal, Coca-Cola, Sony and PlayStation. He’s also a fellow Montrealer!
Old Port Montreal
Created by talented Montreal-based designer, Amina Afrin, this incredible artwork of the Old Port Montreal was a school project! If that’s what she produces for free, we can’t wait to see what Amina’s career is going to showcase.
Animated Logos Featuring Montreal Landmarks
This cute and simple gif was created by Josh Camire. We can’t take our eyes off it! He’s currently working in Montreal for a very cool app.
Created by graphic designer, Ronnie Rock (awesome name alert), this colourful guide to the city is bursting with character and Montreal charm. Rock is based in Poland, but has an international array of clientele. He’s rather rad.
Montreal’s charm captured in a gif. We love the retro vibe, colour pallet and chilled atmosphere. Mathieu Bureau is the owner of Wolfgang Animation. The company’s works are visually entertaining.
Émie Ratté is a Montreal-based illustrator with oodles of talent. Her colour choices are bold and beautiful and her art just as alluring. We love how she’s crammed all of Montreal’s iconic scenes into one piece of digital art.
Created by Baldassari, we love the cheeky theme of this illustration. Who doesn’t love poutine? The artist, Baldassari, is originally from France and has been living in Montreal for over 10 years.
Amélie Tourangeau is a freelance illustrator, designer and animator based in Montreal. Her colour choices are sharp contrasts. She’s good at what she does: winning multiple awards. We can see why!
The View From My Window
Montreal is full of charm and character, which is brilliantly highlighted by Jonathan Dyck’s illustration. Here he draws the view from his window, featuring his room-mate’s bike. He is a freelance illustrator from the Prairies with extensive work all over Canada.
Created by Annie Illustration, this beautifully moody digital art captures the essence of Montreal during our colder seasons.
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