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Agathe Bray-Bourret / M’entends-tu credits Agathe BB animated the credits for a new tv show: “M’entends-tu”. Sometimes funny, sometimes touching, the show is about 3 young women from a disadvantaged neighborhood, trying to navigate through their life, causing the least damage possible.

Agathe Bray-Bourret / Illustrating the children’s book, Anatole qui ne séchait jamais

Agathe Bray-Bourret illustrated her first children’s book, a storybook written by Stéphanie Boulay. Anatole Can’t Stop Crying is a book about a child with pain that cannot be eased. That is, until his sister, Régine, sets out to discover what it is that makes him so unhappy. A charmingly impactful story on accepting oneself is fancifully […]

Agathe Bray-Bourret / His first birthday

Agathe Bray-Bourret created a .gif to express how she felt on her son’s first birthday last week. Bray-Bourret says motherhood speeds up time. Her charming opening illustration of a mother’s arms encircling her child is made more poignant by a rocking horse placed nearby this mother who’s rocking her baby to sleep. In her animated time-lapse .gif, Bray-Bourret’s baby […]

Agathe Bray-Bourret / WWF children book

Agathe BB illustrated “Mais qui chante dans le boisé”, a children book telling the story of a squirrel trying to find the source of a very loud and eerie sound in the Quebec woods. *Spoiler alert*: it was the very tiny toad!

Illustrator Agathe Bray-Bourret / Half Moon Run-Hands in the garden

hands in the garden…Animation and Direction by Agathe Bray-BourretWritten by Conner Molander, from a concept by Conner and Devon PortieljeAdditional animation by Martine FrossardProducer and creative director: Conner MolanderCreative consultant: Kaveh NabatianIn participation with Sid LeeSpecial thanks to Sabrina-Jasmine Guilbaultif you have any feedback, you can send it to Gepostet von Half Moon Run […]

Illustrator Agathe Bray-Bourret / courrier du couer de pirate

the singer coeur de pirate has an advice column in the radio show “on dira ce qu’on voudra” on Ici Radio Canada Première. Agathe BB was chosen to illustrate some of the callers’ situations from the show

Illustrator Agathe Bray-Bourret / Dare To Care Records

AgatheBB illustrated the 2015 christmas card for DareTo Care records. It’s also an advent calendar where you can download new songs for free! Merry christmas to all music lovers!

Agathe Bray-Bourret / Aires Libres 2015

Agathe BB took on the métro Beaudry as part of the Aires Libres public art event that is taking place from may to september on the pedestrian segment of Ste-Catherine street in Montreal. By engaging the idea of a greenhouse inhabited by smiling plants and variously occupied humans and animals, Agathe B-B approaches this year’s […]

Illustrator Agathe Bray-Bourret / ELLE Quebec/speaking out

Last autumn, hundreds of woman spoke out about sexual abuse on social media. One woman’s tale about how the movement helped her find her voice.

Illustrator Agathe Bray-Bourret / Bosquet magazine

Agathe BB illustrated some of the many ways people talk to their plants for the latest issue of Bosquet magazine

Agathe Bray-Bourret / Rosetta’s singing comet

Agathe B-B drew Rosetta’s comet singing its beautiful song.

Miroirs, vlb éditeur

Agathe BB illustrated the cover of this pretty book, a collection of short stories by different women authors, all following characters passing by each other in the powder room of a chic restaurant.


Agathe BB illustrated an article about young women who dance to pay their studies for the last issue of Urbania.

Being emotional at work, Elle Quebec

Agathe BB illustrated an article about emotions at work for Elle Quebec: Emotional behavior is often frowned upon in the workplace, but well channelled emotions can represent a big advantage in a professional life.

AGM Welcomes Agathe BB

Born and raised in Montreal, Agathe studied cinema at Concordia University before her passion for drawing made her change floors to enroll in film animation instead, the perfect mix of her two passions. She likes to represent the fantasy and humor that lies in everyday life using mainly watercolor, her favorite medium. She illustrates for […]

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