For this month’s issue of L’actualité, Audrey Malo was asked to illustrate an article on towns that give power to citizens–anyone, even kids–to decide how the city should spend its money. Through the use of a mobile app, residents can stay posted on what the town is doing. Malo illustrates how town residents participate in […]
Audrey Malo completed a series of illustrations for the 12th edition of Nouveau Projet magazine on the subject of hyperinformation. Her illustrations explore topics related to sharing information. The article asks, “What if you could sell your data to big corporations?” and poses the question, “How useful is gossip to society?” Discussing ways to bring innovation […]
For its new season, Centre du Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui, commissioned Audrey Malo to illustrate an article about anxiety for the magazine, 3900. The article presents a roundtable of six young women with key roles in the upcoming season at CDTA. They discuss gender, education, eating disorders, feminism, mental health, and how these topics relate to the content in their plays. Malo has […]
Audrey Malo’s illustration about Lansco, a struggling New York-based commercial real estate brokerage firm featured in an article in the August edition of, The Real Deal, shows Lansco employees jumping ship. The firm has been losing high-level employees over the past few months impacting its viability. Malo’s telling depiction of a ship out to sea shows its occupants […]
Audrey Malo’s illustration of two joggers preparing for a run accompanied a guide for runners which appeared recently in Women’s Running Magazine. The article, Running Lingo 101, provides a lexicon of running terms written to help runners decipher terminology associated with the fitness activity. Malo’s playful and expressive editorial illustration, in a palette of reds, pinks, and oranges, features two […]
Illustrating an article about men who survived traumatic experiences, this image shows participants attending group therapy to get more in touch with their masculine side. The soulful yet light-hearted full-page illustration will appear in the August issue of L’actualité. Vibrant red and yellow, presented in a circular composition, emphasize the group dynamic and its power to transform. Healing is represented by […]
Personal piece about summer camp memories.
Editorial illustration for an article about fathers going through a divorce in July’s issue of L’Actualité.
A portrait of a friend who loves coffee.
Audrey Malo wins a “Prix Relève 2017” at Infopresse’s Lux awards for her illustration “Bugs”, a self-portrait. Since 1998, Lux celebrates each year the best of illustration and photography in the province of Québec.
This week’s Magnificent Corpse scene: https://www.instagram.com/magnificentcorpse/ The game was started by fellow Anna Goodson illustrator Joe Anderson. Follow the account to see how the story unravels!
Audrey Malo was commissioned by Reebok Canada to work at a live event celebrating Reebok Classics last Saturday, May 6th, at their store on Ste-Catherine street. The illustration represents a rhebok, an african antelope at the origins of the brand’s name.
In collaboration with Montreal-based magazine URBANIA and La Presse + web app, Audrey Malo illustrated the interactive quiz “Quelle saison êtes-vous?”
Illustration made for Les Chiens Togo during Anna Goodson’s february volunteer campaign. Les Chiens Togo requested a poster in the style of a comic to ask people not to interact with their dogs, who are trained to bring assistance to people suffering from post-traumatic syndrome, autism, ADHD and other psychological difficulties.
Family portrait of a prehistoric family.
Illustration for Pasha Malla’s article on teaching a person how to be funny, published in the March 2017 edition of Reader’s Digest Canada.
On finding inner strength to accomplish your set goals.
Will Happy, Harmony, and Bridget find homes before kennel stress makes them unadoptable? – Boston Globe Magazine spot illustrations for an excerpt from “Rescuing Penny Jane,” by Amy Sutherland, set to go on sale Feb. 21.
Personal piece about evil vs. good.
A self-portrait about coming to terms with the fear of bugs.