Sometimes – often, even – the holidays feel like a marathon: get dressed up, go to your parents’, drink, dance, sleep, meet friends for brunch, drink again, sing carols, eat and, for a change, eat some more. Between drinks and yule logs, to keep your eyes from getting bloodshot and your buttons from popping, it’s […]
Nathalie Dion illustrated the second issue of Les carnets de Josée Fiset for Première Moisson. The fall issue is all about harvest:.fresh foods, cooking well and reaping the bounty of the earth. Dion’s wistful style shows us greens held between fingertips, a woman tasting jam from a pot wearing a crusty slice of baguette and […]
Nathalie Dion a eu l’honneur d’illustrer la toute première version française de la Charte sur le droit au jeu pour le Regroupement des CPE de la Montérégie.
Nathalie Dion illustrated a text for Professionally Speaking magazine that highlights the practice of bringing indigenous elders into the classroom to teach students about their history and culture. The elders transfer knowledge through storytelling, a common tradition of First Nations, Métis and the Inuit communities. Discussions about indigenous language, early community life and traditional arts […]
Nathalie Dion created this cover illustration for Dialogue MD magazine on continuity of care. Volume 14 of the magazine, published by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Canada, features best practices of communication between health care professionals to prevent patients from falling through the cracks. Dion’s well-crafted two-color plus black and white illustration of health care providers and patients as […]
Nathalie Dion’s illustration for The Spark magazine on how the grandmother of senior director of interior services at Brookdale Senior Living, Laura Busalacchi, and a desire to work in a creative field, intersected. Busalacchi’s personal experience of seeing her grandmother placed in a nursing home after an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, and how the design of that facility impacted her decline, […]
Nathalie Dion’s illustrations for the children’s book, Debout! éditions D’eux, by Mikaël Escoffier, have been selected in the children’s book category for the 3 X 3 Illustration. Dion’s whimsical, poignant illustrations of a boy’s world of adventure and dreams were created with delicate line, soft texture and a muted palette.
Nathalie Dion collaborated with the creators of the new publication, Première Moisson, a refined booklet that includes simple recipes, stories, some beautiful photography and absolutely no ads. Thanks to art director, Sonia Bluteau of Madore Atelier, “Les carnets de Josée Fiset” is now available for viewing. Dion’s fanciful, sensitive illustrations make this publication a must have for admirers of illustration […]
Nathalie Dion illustrated an article for Santé Inc. on how difficult it is for a doctor to tell her patient, who is an athlete, that she has Stage 4 cancer. Dion’s illustration shows a doctor tipping an awards stand as a track and field athlete falls off. Her image illustrates how this athlete’s fate is now in her doctor’s […]
Nathalie Dion illustrates the steps one follows that result in the perfect Christmas tree in her charming illustration for HGTV magazine’s December issue. Dion shows a young family cutting, transporting and trimming a Christmas tree together.
Nathalie Dion exhibited a painting that was noticed by the Groupe D’édition la Courte Échelle, Inc. Dion’s painting was selected to become the cover illustration for the novel, Les Gammes, by Christine Daffe. Dion’s sensitive cover illustration of a girl by a window plays with reflections and color washes.
Nathalie Dion completed a series of editorial illustrations for Working Mother magazine on the topic of setting boundaries when placing business calls and sending emails. “I Can’t Unplug from Work, and It’s Affecting My Colleague’s Job,” appeared in the September issue of Working Mother. The article suggests ways to avoid miscommunication when conducting business virtually. Dion […]
Check out the last Communication Arts Illustration Annual 58. Nathalie Dion’s self-promo series “struggles” is among the winners.
A doctor was asked by a friend the medical help to die.
In this month’s Family Circle magazine, Nathalie illustrated this text on how to raise a kid who gives back.