Illustrations for the School Magazine

This year I am part of the university magazine team! During my first two years at Université Saint-Louis, I was only vaguely aware of the existence of Le Marais (or “The Marsh”, from the street our college is on). However, now I’m really enjoying contributing illustrations.

For the moment, my drawings depict quirky scenes from everyday college life, such as getting lost in the labyrinthine hallways (see below), doodling in class, or nabbing a seat in a packed auditorium.

In the November-December issue, which will be out in a fortnight, I also have an article about the Knitting Café I started up. So far, attendance is not high-reaching. Yet. While knitting is obviously not perceived as cool by university students, I have a cunning plan, which involves famous actors and funny cartoons.

Finally, I’m also very excited about having done the cover for that very same issue! — I’ll post a picture as soon as it comes out.

From the October issue. The caption reads : "Saint-Louis is a little like Hogwarts; after three years, you're still discovering new doors."

From the October issue.
The caption reads : “Saint-Louis is a little like Hogwarts; after three years, you’re still discovering new doors.”

"Supply and Demand" A sneak peek at a drawing for the next issue.

“Supply and Demand”
A sneak peek at a drawing for the next issue.

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2 thoughts on “Illustrations for the School Magazine

  1. Nice! Love your drawings. Knitting Cafe – cute name! I would join. My high school advanced math teacher started a knitting club. Three of us showed up. First task was to find a name. Teacher didn’t like our choice: Knit Wits. We definitely didn’t care for her favorite: Knit-a-belles. Unfortunately, the club didn’t survive past the second meeting, all for lack of a name.

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