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Our illustrators are the essence of our products !

Without their creation and inspiration, none of this would be possible.

—  Julie Blais, President

 photo de Pierre Girard Pishier illustrateur


Pierre (PisHier), born in Jonquière, has lived in Québec since 1996, where he works as an illustrator, painter and comic book author. As a creative and highly productive artist, PisHier is used to dividing his time among one thousand and one projects.

Up with the first rays of the sun, PisHier never ceases to surprise with his ideas, his creations and his involvement within the artistic community.


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photo de Genevieve Tardif illustratrice


Geneviève began drawing as soon as she was able to hold coloured pencils. Illustration Tardive, backed by avaried educational background, was born from Geneviève’s desire to make a living from her illustrations and personal work. 

Her colourful universe is created with simple lines and often images of everyday life as a backdrop. Illustration Tardive has a distinctive style which Geneviève creates digitally. Her preferred tools are watercolour, felt-tip pens, colouring pencils, or a mixture of all three.


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photo de Rémy Simard illustrateur


Rémy was born a century ago in Roberval. With few skills in mathematics or French, he decided to study political science. Also unsuccessful in politics, Rémy Simard found himself exploring the world of books.

Like Alice inWonderland, a rather strange person once said to him, “You could illustrate this book!” At that time, Rémy didn't even know what illustration was! In the early 80s, armed with his colouring pencils, he published his first drawings. Since then, he hasn't had a minute to think about what he really wanted to do with his life. The book life chose him.

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photo de Isabelle Charbonneau illustratrice

Throughout her childhood, Isabelle was lulled by her father’s stories. The great storyteller passed down an entire imagination to her, which she turned into a profession. Accompanied by her great love of books, which she inherited from her mother, she had the perfect set of skills to become an illustrator in children’s publishing. After studying graphic design, she promptly began her career with a bang.

Thanks to her go-getter attitude, she carved out a place for herself on the Quebec market with more than 100 illustrated books, from major productions such as family planners, and more intimate projects like her latest book, “Le P’tit train du Nord,” born from a crowdfunding campaign.

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photo de Irene Lumineau illustratrice


Irene, a doodler from her earliest days, has always been passionate about drawing. After studying graphic design, she spent 7 months in India, an experience that was rich in emotions and colours, and that gave her the travel bug. Continuing on this momentum, she left her native France for her adoptive country, Canada. She earned a bachelor's degree in art and design from Université du Québec en Outaouais, then moved to Québec, then to Saint-Gilles, in Lotbinière, where she is actively involved. She worked for a communications agency for 3 years before becoming self-employed in 2013 as a graphic designer and illustrator. 

In 2019, with the help of her sister, she published the book “ICITTE” about the French language in Quebec!

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photo de Mylene Villeneuve illustratrice


Mylène was born in Charlesbourg and drawing has always been a big part of her life. She became fascinated by illustration at a very young age. Later, she discovered portraiture and oil painting. She decided to take classes in these disciplines in order to perfect her skills.

On the other hand, she also has a passion for multimedia. She studied 2D and 3D computer graphics and obtained a bachelor's degree in visual arts and new media. She enjoys creating visuals that tell an entire story.

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photo de Carolane Lachaine illustratrice


This passionate artist comes from a long line of entrepreneurs and artists. She has always been driven by discovering new things. At a young age, she wanted work with animals despite her allergies. The determined woman decided to use her artistic talent to get closer to animals in her own way. That’s the gateway she took to enter the world of art and discover all kinds of otherways of creating. 

She enjoys illustration, painting, comic books, sculpture and even crochet. Carolane is an ambitious and energetic artist and nothing can get in the way of her creation.

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Mathieu has worked as an illustrator for about fifteen years. But it was especially in the world of the web and children's mobile applications that he made his mark.

In 2011, he published in the collective comic Le Démon du hockey at Glénat Québec. In 2013, he published a comic book on literacy. He then published two volumes (2014-2016) from the Mutamatak collection at Michel Quintin. In 2018, he published as an illustrator Qui va bercer Zoé? At 400 strokes. In 2019, publication of “Madame Grisemine et le petit Chenapan” by La Bagnole editions. He collaborates monthly with the magazine Les Explorateurs.

He divides most of his time between creating for digital media, comics, children's books and teaching drawing.

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Julie cossette



I have been working in design and illustration for almost 20 years. First as a 3D artist in video games and now as a youth illustrator, my experience has allowed me to collaborate on a wide range of projects.

My illustrations are perfect for projects such as: Youth Albums, Poster, Wall Art, Stationery, School, Board Games, Greeting Cards and now tablecloths!

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Estelle Bachelard, aka Bach, started her career as an illustrator in the video game industry. She is the illustrator behind several projects such as: My Life with a Scientist, the Supergroin series and the covers of the Model Girls series. Her latest publication as an author is the children's book Bon dodo, Loulou! which draws inspiration from her new life as a parent.

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See the Cats and Dogs tablecloth draws by this artist

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Better known as sweethomemarilou, is a mother, photographer, author and illustrator with a passion for the family.

Her illustrations mainly represent the themes of family, children and motherhood with a lot of softness and authenticity.

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Originally from Sherbrooke, Elie now resides in Quebec City where she practices her wonderful profession as an independent illustrator. Ink, acrylic, watercolor, clay sculpture, digital illustration, she has been passionate about art in all its forms since she was a child, but it was in science that she wanted to study at first. Quickly realizing that mathematics was not for her, Elie turned to graphic design and animation and has never regretted her choice.

Illustration for children or corporate, board games, original packaging, animated ads, nothing stops her creativity. What drives Elie every day are the new challenges and the variety that each project brings!

Cara Carmina is a Mexican visual artist living in Montreal since 2009. Her work has found a singular recognition in the Montreal children's book scene where she has already published 12 children's books. Illustrator, author, doll artist, designer and entrepreneur, Cara Carmina wears many hats to keep her career as an independent artist afloat and to feed her passion for art.

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Photo de la fondatrice de Bimoo Julie Blais


Now, it's my turn! 

My whole life, I tried to find myself. I studied dental hygiene, officeautomation and accounting. I took on countless jobs without ever feeling that Iwas in the right place, and ended up working in accounting for 15 years.

I have always had a marked interest in the arts. I enjoy oil and acrylic painting and I like to mix mediums and tools, and play around with layers.

With BiMoo, I can let out all my artistic energy andI am committed to encouraging artists of all kinds.

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