Canadian artist Alain Pilon’s mischievous illustrations have brightened the American, Canadian and French press and books for many years. His witty, funny and spot-on drawings combine an airy line with soft colors to playfully transform the mundane. As a man of many talents, his art can take different forms, ranging from a Dadaist-style collage to an ink sketch in which you can feel the influence of classic Belgian and French ‘bande dessinée’. If you’re looking for Alain, start at his drawing table. Not there? Try the Underdog boxing club in Montréal!