Our collaborating artists
At Meraki, we’re continually impressed and inspired by local talent, whether illustrators, photographers or artists. We’re always looking for the best—our favourites—to collaborate with them on a project (or two, or three…)
For limitless inspiration, we present some unique looks.
To discover. To embrace. And to apply to your wall.
A lover of patterns with a child’s heart (even after turning 40!) Marie-France’s imagination is quite simply overflowing! Her favourite playground? Designing textile patterns for interior decoration and children’s clothing, two areas of which she is particularly fond and that have enabled her to express herself for over 14 years.
She enjoys creating playful and colourful graphic universes, but she admits that she has a weakness for the black and white. She is curious and enthusiastic, and feels most in her element when she works collaboratively, where her creativity can nourish different visions and approaches.
Marish loves life and loves people, and knows how to reveal true beauty! She’s a human artist with a big heart, and her unique sensibility enables her to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary, perfection from imperfection, and the amusing from the mundane.
Matel gets his inspiration from the banality of the everyday life, people, nature, etc…
The result always flirts with caricature.
Evolving in a goofy universe, his characters take all kind of shapes and expressions while having their own specific meaning.
Snowboarding and skateboarding have had a major influence on his awakening to the world of art and design. Most of his time is spent painting, doing murals, drawing and working on illustrations for clients of different environments .
In the past years he has done illustrations for; Yes snowboards (Switzerland), Rome snowboards (USA), DevGru snowboards (Japan), Fairmont Château Frontenac (Canada), Spy Optics (USA), Vans (USA), De Stefani Winery (CAN) and more.
To know more about Matel’s art, take a look at:
Marie-Lise is passionate about illustration, which is for her an accessible art that greatly contributes to living in a more inspiring world.
Her heart swings between children’s illustration and botanical illustration, but she often manages to marry the two to create soft and enchanting universes.