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Name  Jean-Baptiste Monge

Books  Celtic Faeries
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Similar People  Erle Ferronniere, Pascal Moguerou, Brian Froud, James Gurney

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Jean-Baptiste Monge (born June 11, 1971 in Nantes) is a French fantasy author and illustrator. He lives presently in Canada, in a small town, north of Montreal.

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Biography

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Jean-Baptiste Monge issued his first illustrated book Halloween in 1996, in collaboration with Erlé Ferronnière with whom he worked for 10 years ; the book has been published by Avis de tempête, further renamed Au Bord des Continents.

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In 2004, Jean-Baptiste Monge and Erlé Ferronnière agreed to end their collaboration, each willing to go it alone.

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In 2006, he issued his first solo book, Carnet de croquis, archives de Féerie Tome I, illustration, texts and layout.

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In October 2007, he attended FaeriCon ‘07 in Philadelphia (USA) in order to get contacts for the publication in the United States of A la recherche de Féerie Tomes I and II, Carnet de croquis as well as Celtic Faeries.

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In 2007 and 2008, he worked for the collective books L'Univers des Dragons published by Galerie Daniel Maghen.

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In October 2008, during the Utopiales, 9th edition of the International Science-Fiction Festival (Nantes 2008-10-29 to 2008-11-02), he received the Wojtek Siudmak Award 2008 for the cover illustration of Comptines assassines, Pierre Dubois's book published by Hoebeke.

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The jury of Spectrum 16 (Kansas City 2009-03-02) has given special recognition for superior achievement to artists in each of eight categories. Silver Award for Book Illustration has been given to Jean-Baptiste Monge. The jury consisted of Kevin Brimmer [artist/art director Muller Bressler Brown], David Dorman [artist], Donato Giancola [artist/instructor School of Visual Arts], Steven Sanders [artist], and Robert Self [publisher: Baby Tattoo Books].

He was presented the Art&fact Award 2009 for his entire work by James Gurney (Dinotopia) during the Utopiales, 10th edition of the International Science-Fiction Festival (Nantes 2009-10-28 to 2009-11-01).

The jury of Spectrum 19 (Kansas City 2009-05-19) has given to Jean-Baptiste Monge the Silver Award for Book Illustration and the Golden Award for Editorial. The jury consisted of Peter de Sève [artist], Jeremy Cranford [Sr. Art Manager/Blizzard Entertainment], Dawn Rivera-Ernster [Director: Talent Development & Recruitment Walt Disney Animation Studios], Scott Gustafson [artist], and Jon Schindehette [Senior Creative Director Wizards of the Coast].

Illustration works

  • Halloween (1997), with Erlé Ferronnière.
  • Baltimore & Redingote (1999), with Pascal Moguérou (texts).
  • À la Recherche de Féerie tome I (2002), with Erlé Ferronnière.
  • À la Recherche de Féerie tome II (2004), with Erlé Ferronnière.
  • Carnet de croquis, archives de Féerie Tome I (2006).
  • Celtic Faeries (2007), prefaced by Pierre Dubois.
  • L'Univers des Dragons, Premiers Feux (2007), collective work, contribution for texts and illustrations.
  • Carnet de croquis, archives de Féerie Tome II (2008), new images of Féerie along with unpublished works on Heroic Fantasy.
  • Best of Faeries (2008), portfolio including 15 images (format 30x40cm) ready for framing (5 never before published), selected among his best illustrations.
  • L'Univers des Dragons, Deuxième souffle (2008), collective work, contribution for illustrations.
  • Awards

  • Wojtek Siudmak Award 2008 (UTOPIALES 09).
  • Silver Award 2009 (SPECTRUM 16), for book illustration : Dunlee Darnan (front cover of ‘’Celtic Faeries’’).
  • Art&Fact Award 2009 (UTOPIALES 10).
  • Silver Award 2012 (SPECTRUM 19), for book illustration : Ragnarok (published in l'Univers des Dragons, Premiers Feux).
  • Golden Award 2012 (SPECTRUM 19), for editorial : Mic Mac Cormac(published in Best of Faeries).
  • References

    Jean-Baptiste Monge Wikipedia


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