Katy Lemay created a series of collages inspired by Victorian portraits and lost memories for her portfolio. Her clever pairings of vintage cutouts create 3D impressions of people and objects in surreal settings and situations.
Katy Lemay’s, “How to Create a Financial Crisis,” is a conversation via text messaging with Léon Courville, professor of economics and former president and chief operating officer of National Bank of Canada. Courville invites users to create a financial crisis to understand its theoretical underpinnings and, more importantly, the human behavior behind any crisis. Optimized for […]
Katy Lemay’s illustration for, À nous Montréal magazine, focuses on two Montréal-based tech companies improving the way we drive our cars. Lemay’s innovative editorial illustration shows a man placing a marker on a city street. A car, driving through a maze of streets, is the object of his investigation.
Katy Lemay’s curious illustration in The Globe and Mail‘s Facts & Arguments section explores the benefits of apartment living. It’s featured alongside a story about the positive impact of living in an apartment for both adults and children. Lemay captures the generational effect on grandparents and their grandkids in her creative collaged illustration.
Katy Lemay illustrates for Oprah Magazine for the Reading Room section For the book Theft by Finding: Diaries 1977–2002” by David Sedaris.
Katy Lemay Illustrates for The Johns Hopkins University about the importance of having healthy eyes.
Katy Lemay did the illustrations for an candid and animated video to celebrate the 80th anniversary of David Suzuki for CBC.
Katy did some nice colorful illustrations for Time Magazine. Summer Reading , for the beach or bedside table .
Are you afraid of the Apple Watch? Katy Lemay for L’Actualité Magazine
Katy Lemay had fun illustrating this metaphor transformation for the financial magazine Les Affaires.
Katy Lemay illustrated a feature on Steve Nash , the famous basketball star, for Readers Digest Canada.
This animation was done to promote the October release of the book «Drôles d’écoles». It’s written by François Gravel and illustrated by Katy Lemay, with Quebec-Amerique the publishing company. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4huWJeUhf4
I did this illustration for Readers Digest. The text was written in November 1950 and re-edited. I love to be part of history in some ways…
Katy Lemay illustrates a full page for Premium magazine about having the means to reach an ambition in business.
For several months Katy Lemay has been illustrating for Alberta Oil magazine portraits of influential men in the oil industry
Katy Lemay illustrates an article for L’Actualité magazine on growing old at home.
Katy had fun illustrating this Facts and Arguments for The Globe & Mail «Girls just wanna have…comfort» Getting away with my female friends has changed over the years. Fewer bikinis, more pills and pillows
Katy Lemay Illustrated a complex subject about Intron in the DNA sequence for Quebec Sciences magazine
Katy Lemay illustrate for Benefit Selling magazine. Building a consultative practice using technology
Katy Lemay was asked to illustrate the critique of a book for L’Actualité magazine
Katy illustrate a text about hoarding