Coralie Larochelle


  • Branding
  • Illustration
  • Publication
What drives me forward with design is its capacity to help us navigate the world around us while simultaneously embellishing it. I find inspiration from historical precedents for visual arts, design, and material culture.

I have a passion for illustration and publication design. I especially enjoy working on children’s illustrations, using a mix of traditional and digital techniques. My dream projects are to illustrate children’s books and fairytale collections.

Some of my real-world projects over the past few years include reimagining the Alberta Aviation Museum’s interpretive signs and working on book design for the Antarctic Institute of Canada.
The Adventures of Tom Bombadil
A redesign of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, a collection of poems and part of his legendarium. Design and typography bring out the beauty of the book, and carved stamp illustrations highlight each poem’s whimsical nature.
Kinnikinnick Catalogue
This conceptual catalogue of Edmonton-based allergen-free baking company Kinnikinnick’s products uses the brand’s existing visual identity and complex grid work to showcase large amounts of information in a cohesive style.
Climate Crisis: Our Current Situation
A detailed infographic poster regarding the climate crisis. The poster makes use of several visual tools to convey vast amounts of data succinctly, including icons, maps, and charts.
OCD in Children Awareness Campaign
This poster campaign, to be put up in areas such as schools, aims to raise awareness about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in children by connecting potential signs with fun fantasy characters that children may relate to.