Annick wore several hats in the graphic arts’ world before choosing to dedicate herself with happiness to illustration since a decade. Eager traveler, enthusiast of contemporary architecture, design under all its forms, minimalism and ecology, she recently thought, drew and managed the construction of her healthy and ecological mini-house in Les Laurentides where she lives now. Her small studio has a view and a luminosity of the most poetic for all her creative and illustration projects.
In this series, Annick Poirier has expressed all of her great loves into illustration: portraiture, botany, nature and precious stones. She loves everything that shines: crystals, metals, jewelry, shiny objects; it's her little obsession. In the past, she worked in fashion to create patterns, but she returned to complete this magnificent series.
Our Quebecer Annick Poirier creates a second mural for the walls of Place Longueuil. Plus, an illustration created for Work book ad and a series of fruity labels for Smucker’s jam packaging. Children running on the beach for Fundraising Children Hospital and an editorial illustration on the delicate subject of vaping for Hour Detroit Magazine.
Here's a new collection of coffees from the Albertson-based brand O Organics. These packaging colors of various countries are signed by Annick Poirier who has been chosen by the agency Sterling Brands of San in Francisco. Plus, here is a floral pattern for another upcoming packaging project.
Packaging for Uniquely J
Here's one of the latest packaging projects illustrated by Annick Poirier for Uniquely J, the Americain giant's home brand Jet.com. At the request of the Elmwood agency of New York, she had to illustrate four mermaids busts to make salty seaweed snacks even more attractives and seductives.
The great comeback at the clinic!
It is with great pleasure that we announce you the comeback of Annick Poirier in our stable. She was one of pillars of the agency a few years ago by giving life to beautiful campaigns and projects.
After a moment of being on her own, she is back with an even stronger and diversified portfolio. Annick wore several hats in the graphic arts world before choosing to happily dedicate herself to illustration in 2007. An avid traveler and enthusiast of contemporary architecture, design under all its forms, minimalism and ecology, she recently designed, drew and managed the construction of her eco-friendly mini-house in Les Laurentides where she lives now. Her small studio has the most poetic views and a luminosity for all her creative illustration projects.