Sébastien Thibault, a regular contributor to The Guardian newspaper, was asked to create the cover illustration for the Opinion section of the paper to accompany a piece by George Monbiot entitled, “Capitalism can not save the planet – it can only destroy it.” Thibault’s editorial illustration of a world map on a steaming pressure cooker with dollars […]
Sébastien Thibault’s amazing illustration for Coca-Cola’s Ice Cold poster collection shows three penguins on a red background. Thibault plays with figure/ground relationships in his poster illustration. Look closely and each penguin’s white underbelly is a bottle of Coke. The illustrator’s bold graphic statement, using the simplest of graphic elements, is an outstanding example of conceptual illustration […]
Sébastien Thibault recently illustrated this opinion piece for The New York Times titled “The Terrifying Impunity of Brazil’s Riot Police”.
Sébastien Thibault was asked by the french magazine L’Express Styles to illustrate an article on people with borderline personality disorder.
Sébastien Thibault was asked by The New York Times to illustrate an op/ed piece titled “Let Refugees Fly to Europe”.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The New York Times to illustrate an opinion text about Gaza who is still in ruins after it was pounded by Israel during the 51-day war.
Sébastien illustrated this opinion text for The New York Times about the nuclear deal and how Iranians dare to hope about it.
Sébastien Thibault illustrated an opinion text for The Guardian. The article talks about democracy and how it seems to serve the people no longer, but rather vested interests.
Sébastien Thibault illustrated this cover for The Washington Post. The topic talks about how tech billionaires are using money and data to solve for death.
Sébastien Thibault is very pleased to annonce that he won the AACE Applied Arts Awards early this month. This trophy recognizes the higher score in the whole Applied Arts illustration contest. In addition, 2 of his pieces have been selected for the 56th Communication Arts Illustration annual.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The New York Times for illustrating an opinion text about how boardroom quotas in Germany’s companies won’t help women.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The Walrus Magazine to illustrate a review by Astra Taylor on Naomi Klein’s new book. The topic is about how climate change can only be stopped by overhauling capitalism.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The Atlantic to illustrate an article about alternative medicine. Will one renegade doctor persuade the rest of the medical establishment to consider a controversial treatment for heart disease?
Sébastien Thibault illustrated an article for L’actualité Magazine about secret plans for a referendum between Quebec and Scottish separatists.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by Virtuoso Life Magazine to illustrate an article on how important it is to book early to get the trip you want.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned to illustrate the cover of the Louis Blanchette’s latest book titled Disparus en Mer (Missing in the Sea). This book attempts to shed light on the silence around the sinking of the ship named BF in the Saint-Laurent.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The New York Times to illustrate an opinion letter titled “Teaching Liberation to Pakistan’s Girls” about sexual health and child marriage in Pakistan.
Sébastien Thibault created an illustration for Les Affaires about The “buy-one give-one” sale model which consists of giving a pair of shoes to a child in a developing country for every pair sold.
Sébastien Thibault was asked by Fortune Magazine to illustrate Verne Harnish’s column on ways to be aware and stay ahead of rising costs.
Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by Nouveau Projet Magazine to illustrate an article about the decline of Canadian soft power. Here is the portrait of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, icon of the Canadian conservative way.
Sébastien Thibault illustrated the latest cover for Canadian Lawyer 4 Students. The topic for this issue is “The Evolution of Legal Education”.