I created this blog with the goal of supporting, with images, the fight against neo-liberalism which is eroding Quebec society.
The artist who draws the images and writes the texts (my husband) considers his name is not important: the images wouldn't exist without the militants who inspire them and who are more often than not in the shadows. Remaining nameless is our way to express our solidarity with all these people who care about our rights and freedoms, a more equitable society, the respect of the environment...
Note: The texts are not necessarily in relation with the images. They are more a reaction to current events in Quebec politics and their media coverage, sometimes connected to recent social media activity and weaved with cultural references. Be aware that they are often sarcastic! I have started to translate some of them and added a commentary to explain the references and context.
The images of this blog are all digital paintings (created using photoshop and a pen tablet), thus, there is no tangible medium, no "original canvas".
Links to the images in hi-resolution are available on this site (impression format is 300dpi). You can print them as posters, on t-shirts, postcards, etc
The images are free :) You can use any text or image as you please.