Pol Turgeon is an illustrator whose work feels a bit retro, but not, and a bit referential, but not, and a bit here, but more likely there.
Hmmm, let me try again… Pol Turgeon is an illustrator whose work apparently slides side into this reality from small cracks between dimensions.
Unfortunately, his website is apparently also designed for use by extra-dimensional denizens, and is poorly arranged for use by humans (using a completely unnecessary pop-up and microscopic previous and next arrows…).
Fortunately, it’s easier to browse his work in the site of his artists representatives, Lindgren & Smith, or on Illustration Québec or Altpick.
There is an article about Turgeon on Nightlife.ca.
2 Replies to “Pol Turgeon”
An interesting style, for certain.
I’ve enjoyed his work through the Society of Illustrators for many years. Interesting to see how he has changed and moved throughout the years.
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