Montreal-based art director and designer Julien Vallée has recently updated his portfolio again, this time with work created for AOL. In true Vallée fashion, Julien created two tangible images built mostly from wood scraps that have been brightened with both paint and coloured smoke.
The work can also be seen on the AOL Artists page, a site built specifically to expand their own brand as well as showcase the artists they collaborate with. “By collaborating with a selection of artists from around the world, they showcase work from a wide range of disciplines such as photographer, designers, illustrators and videographer. Each of them created a piece of their own, having only a white background as constraint”.
This is the second time Display has featured Julien’s work, and as huge fans I can say that we are all very excited to see what this incredibly talented individual comes up with next.
Photography by Simon Duhamel