03.11.08 by Jeff

Julien Vallée

Montreal-based Julien Vallée is a cut & paste master. When I originally posted about the work of Nicolas Burrows I didn’t realise the image of all the stuff coming out of the computer screen was actually a collaborative effort with Vallée. It makes perfect sense now.

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julien vallee motion graphics design designer montreal boooom blog

julien vallee motion graphics design designer montreal boooom blog

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Mudasser

    this is great.

  • Dope!

  • such a visceral image, i love the details too like the spilled bit on the floor.

  • Fantastic. I particularly like the colours used in the first image, truly striking!

  • I love the colors!

  • everyone else does that already … Pierre Vanni … Chrissie Macdonald … etc. get a job !

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